There is a trick when buying tickets. I suggest you buy a joint ticket. Incheon Kaigang Museum + Exhibition Hall + Fried Sauce Noodle Museum + Incheon Kaigang Architectural Museum (there are still many old Chinese residences in Korea, but unfortunately they are no longer there). Anyway, four museums can save about 1,000 won by buying tickets. All of them are on this street. The Fried Sauce Noodle Museum is on another street a little farther away. If it's troublesome to buy tickets alone - you can buy tickets at every entrance of the four libraries. It's machine tickets. You can ask the staff to help you. 2. Normally and completely visit the whole exhibition area from the main entrance to the rear entrance. If it turns halfway, it comes out of the main door again. ~3. Here you can take pictures, but turn off the flash.
Relics of the past are still available, such as the 1000-won Museum of Fried Sauce Noodles. Don't laugh. It's really not a restaurant's promotional trick. It's a serious Museum in Incheon's Cultural Museum system. This house was first opened by Shandong businessmen in the restaurant Gonghechun (named for the scene of the 1911 Revolution). It was abandoned after the 1970s with the decline of Chinatown. Now it has been reopened and transformed into a museum with the revitalization of tourism. With fried sauce noodles as a starting point, it introduces the history of Chinese in Korea - of course, it also introduces the localized Korean fried sauce noodles. 。 At the bottom of the museum, the kitchen was restored. On the second floor, several restaurants were restored. All the exhibition boards have Chinese instructions.
There are seven exhibition rooms in the Museum of Fried Sauce Noodles. Through cultural relics and models, the evolution process of Fried Sauce Noodles in different social and cultural backgrounds in Incheon Port Open Age, Japanese colonial rule period, Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule and industrialization period is introduced. It also reproduces the old scene of the kitchen of the Republic Spring in the 1960s.
This is the Museum of Fried Sauce Noodles in Incheon Chinatown. There are many opinions about the origin of Fried Sauce Noodles. According to the records, in 1882 in Incheon, Shandong people mainly ate fried sauce noodles. They were the Qing troops stationed in Korea to help calm the rebellion. After stationing, they sell fried sauce noodles to Koreans. Let's see how the fried noodles are made.
For many Koreans, fried sauce noodles are a memory of the times. The Museum of Fried Sauce Noodles on Chinese Street in Incheon, Korea, presents the changing history of the lives of overseas Chinese and ordinary Korean people in the past hundred years by reproducing the scenes of Fried Sauce Noodles in different periods in Korea.
The Museum has two floors, including a special exhibition room, a collection of relics, an art hall and a reference room. The exhibition hall on the first floor of the museum shows the kitchen of the Korean Fried Sauce Noodle Museum in the 1960s through a variety of character models. The tables and chairs in the exhibition hall on the second floor and the price list on the wall make it a typical fried paste noodle shop. In particular, the family sitting around eating fried noodles figure model, reproducing the Korean past life scene, not only reflects the fried noodles in Korea "relatives" side, but also shows that fried noodles have become a part of Korean culture.
Incheon's hard-working fried noodles from the Qing Dynasty in China have been handed down. Here is a theme museum that can relive the meaning of Korean fried noodles. This is the site of the old Republican spring shop, but many Korean tourists are also confused that the Republican spring fried sauce noodles shop in Chinatown is not the previous one. It is said that it is only the first one registered by the Korean people. Although the Republican Spring was gone, the museum can still see the style of the past. Every detail in the museum can better explain the history of the development of fried noodles until it is loved by all Koreans. I personally sorted out several points of view here, must not be missed: 1. The second floor full of walls hanging Korean fried noodles packaging for so many years, from the 1970s to the present, convenience stores sell fried noodles are displayed on top, very meaningful. 2. Chinese dolls. This doll is the Qing Dynasty people with long braids eating fried sauce noodles, very cute, but this is our Chinese ancestors. ~But there are Korean people eating fried sauce noodles in the dolls, you can take a picture together, very interesting. 3. There are seven exhibition spaces. Through relics, models, images and other diverse information and performance media, we can experience the historical and cultural value of fried paste noodles. Videos are circulated everyday and can be seen completely. In a word, don't come here carelessly. It's a meaningful visit for Chinese people.
In Incheon's Chinese city, there is a museum of fried sauce noodles. When I first saw this museum, I felt quite complicated. When did the authentic Chinese food of fried sauce noodles become Korean again, I also built a museum to explain the history of fried sauce noodles. The museum is not big, and there are many historical materials about fried sauce noodles.
There are many museums with unique themes in Korea. They may be small, but they can let visitors know the history behind their fun. At the end of the 19th century, Chinese laborers went to Incheon, Korea, to work. At that time, Incheon's Chinese Street began to take shape. In those difficult days, laborers had to do heavy work every day. During the break, they would add Chinese sweet sauce to the noodles and stir them up to eat. This ordinary bowl of fried sauce noodles is the favorite food of these workers every day. In 1912, the first special shop for fried noodles was born in the Chinese Street, and today we are going to introduce quot; the Museum of fried noodles is also located in this Chinese Street.