Another Chinese, trip to the world on the subway
Jjajangmyeon sauce, which is stir-fried with high heat with vegetables in the black soybean paste called “chunjang” , makes one’s mouth water by itself.
To Koreans, jjajangmyeon is a national food that everyone enjoys eating, and simply serves meals.
The place where jjajangmyeon first started is Incheon Chinatown.
Since the opening of the port of Incheon more than 130 years ago, the Sunlin-dong area has been designated as an extraterritorial area.
Chinese style of architecture was built. The Chinatown was formed, with Chinese merchants gathering one by one.
At that time, ethnic Chinese from Shandong opened a Chinese cooking store in Sunlin-dong.
They developed a food that suits the taste of Koreans, and at the end of their efforts, jjajangmyeon was made.
The main food of Chinatown is also jjajangmyeon.
Walking inside the first alley at Incheon Station, there is jjajangmyeon street and restaurants with the main menu of jjajangmyeon and jjamppong, Chinese-style noodles with vegetables and seafood
Recently registered cultural asset No. 246, which played an important role in modern food history, the jjajangmyeon museum opened for the first time in Korea, providing many attractions.
Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village
You can meet the main characters from childhood fairytales in Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village.
It is the place where the beautiful moon mingled with the pine forest gave it a beautiful name, Songwol.
The entire village is a special photo zone, a tourist attraction where both adults and children can travel into fairy tales hidden in the alley.
Available in Incheon Station & within restaurants
Permitted (Not allowed into shops and restaurants)