How can I buy tickets on line to the Swimming finals at night on 23,24,25,26 of September ?
How cna i get there by public transport?
Is the Inchon airport post office accessible to transit passengers?
Hi All, My trip to Italy inludes a stop over in Inch'on on the way back (to Sydney) and I'm thinking about spending a few days here. I'm sorry if I come across ignorant but I know very little about the city / country. And it appears no one I have asked has been to South Korea. My main priority is shopping (business suites, shoes, bags, clothes! =))) I'm from Australia and everyone seems to shop at Singapore and Hong Kong. I've never been there myself and I'm not sure what Korea is like in comparision to these countries. Is it more expensive? Do they speak english? Where should I shop? etc- My other option is to by pass Inch'on and go to Singapore and shop there instead. But I will have to pay an extra AUD$450 to go to Singapore. I'm not sure if its worth the extra money. Any recommends / thoughts would really help. Thanks =)
Hi: It looks like I'm going to have a long stop-over at Inchon (6 hours +) and I really want to get out into Seoul or the Inchon area. Who easy is transportation and returning to the airport in time? What should I see with such limited time? Is the departure tax 17000 Won, and can I pay it in US$? ALSO, are there any stop-over tour operaters that will handle everything, or do some kind of a city tour for extended stop-overs? Thanks!!
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