When I got here, I took bus 111-2. The driver dumped the bus and stopped the next stop for us. The Korean driver was unkind, because he took a taxi with the old man. The driver naturally had to put us in a confused place. In order to avoid the old man's tiredness, he went to find it himself. It took a lot of trouble to ask the two young people how they did not know that the landing memorial was on the hillside. After finding it, he borrowed a wheelchair to see MacArthur. Free, next to Incheon Museum. It's different from our original education. It's good to know history.
Visiting here is one of the two main reasons for going to Incheon. (Another is to visit Qingwatai) The memorial hall is located on the hillside. There are two planes outside. It is the season when cherry blossoms wither. The petals fall on the plane in the wind. The indoor exhibition hall has wheelchairs for people in need to use freely. The pictures and detailed campaign process were introduced in Korean, Chinese, English and Japanese respectively. The clothes and glasses used by MacArthur at that time were displayed. Finally, there are objective records of the chairman and the military uniforms of our volunteers on display.
The mode of transportation is shown in the figure. I went from Seoul. The traffic takes two hours. It's a bit worthless to see a museum that's not particularly exciting for four hours. There are many ways of transportation, so can bus transfer at Zhu'an Station. Museum is free, mainly divided into three parts: first, the land part, is some sculptures and weapons, weapons less than the Seoul War Museum. Second, the video hall is not open to non-groups. Thirdly, museums have more literary works than cultural relics. MacArthur's glasses and hats are all reproductions. So new a pipe is certainly not a genuine one. The rest are light and heavy weapons, which are not unique. As for the text part, although it is multilingual and has a lot of content, there are many materials on the internet, so you don't have to come to see them deliberately. Only free postcards can be used as a souvenir, with a few McShuai's. It's not worth a visit.
Incheon Landing Campaign Memorial Hall covers a very wide area, if the terrace. There are heavy weapons on the outdoor booth in the middle, and at the top is the Freedom Guardian Monument. From the outbreak of the Korean War to the concept of Incheon campaign, until the implementation of the campaign and the first recovery of Seoul by the Allied Forces, all exhibition boards have four languages: Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese. Of course, the crushing point is the large sand table of Incheon landing battle. The background of the sand table is the big screen, which visually and vividly reproduces the landing battle scene of that year.
It's only recommended for the past. Line 1 to Incheon Terminus, change to S-line to Matsushima, and wait for the bus is not convenient, we walked directly, foot distance is about 20 minutes, basically a straight line distance, is the climbing distance, see the "Incheon Inland War Memorial" road signs on it. The overall layout does not have the atmosphere of the Korean War Memorial Hall in Seoul, and there are overlaps in the indoor exhibition. Look at the general meaning, the monument needs to walk a high slope of stone steps, and then can go down the slope, on the road can be seen an old aircraft, two landing boats, as the landing equipment display at that time. It's not too hot to go in the season. If it's midsummer, it's better to take a stroll by the Incheon Sea.
Incheon Landing Campaign Memorial covers a very wide area, if the terrace, it is estimated that it is analogous to the embankment climbed by the Allied soldiers when they landed. On the outdoor booth in the middle are some heavy weapons. At the top are the Freedom Guard Monument. The statues of the three American soldiers look grim. They are indeed American ghosts. So the designer shouldn't be a spy?! Indoor display has the fashionable model unique to small and medium-sized developed countries such as Korea. It introduces in detail the four languages of Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese on all exhibition boards, from the outbreak of the Korean War to the concept of Incheon campaign, until the implementation of the campaign and the first recovery of Seoul by the Allied Forces. Of course, the crushing point is the large sand table of Incheon landing battle. The background of the sand table is the big screen, which visually and vividly reproduces the scene of the landing battle of that year.
Many relics of the Korean War as well as the equipment and configuration of various parties and the situation of several major battles are displayed. Of course, the evaluation of the war in the memorial hall is from the standpoint of Korea and the United States. You can see.