Incheon Songdo is a smart city built on 1,500 acres of land fill along the neighboring city of Incheon Yellow Sea waterfront. After living in Songdo Incheon for more than a year, I found myself completely in love with the city. Incheon Songdo has now become my new home.
Incheon Songdo is connected by four beautiful bridges to city of Incheon. In addition, there is the majestic Incheondaegyuo Bridge. As the longest bridge in South Korea, it provides direct transportation from Songdo to Incheon International Airport (about 20-minute car ride). As a part of the Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ), Incheon Songdo incooporates up-to-date technology and environmental-friendly living for the residents and visitors.
I hope this website will introduce and entice you to come and visit Songdo Incheon. Hopefully you’ll keep Incheon Songdo in your heart forever.
My first monsoon season of South Korea greets me with thick rain, puddles of water and gusty wind. The wildly strong wind of Incheon Songdo stands well upto my hometown, windy-city Chicago. The lush foliage in Central Park is refreshing as I take a soaking stroll in my very first pair of waterboots.