Incheon Landing Operation Memorial HallCurrently Closed
This memorial hall was built to commemorate the brave soldiers who fought for South Korea in Incheon, led by General MacArthur, in the year 1950. The memorial hall celebrates the 100 year anniversary of the opening of the Incheon port to the foreigners in the year 1883. This Landing Operation was a huge successful for both South Korea and the United Nations. Taking a tour in the memorial hall will give you a glimpse of Incheon, back in those years. The museum has videos showcasing the Battle of Incheon, its weapons, equipments, uniforms and the lifestyle of both North and South Korean army.
- If any Monday falls on a holiday, the hall be open and the next day it will be closed.
- 50 parking spaces are available.
- Exhibition tour interpretation services are available only with prior reservation.
- Tour interpretation service is available in English, Chinese and Japanese.
- Visitors need to make reservation for the interpretation service prior to 3 days at least.
- Entry is free.
- Nearby bus stop - Songdo Resort Bus Stop , (5 minutes walk from the stop )
- Bus no.s - 6-1, 8 or 908 from Dongmark Station (Incheon Subway Line 1 ), exit1
- Bus nos - 6, 16 or 908
- Haneuldari Hanjeongsik
- Sun Hanjeongsik
- Songdo Multeombeongi
- Sorrento Incheon Songdo
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65.66% of people who visit Incheon include Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
39.47% of people start their Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall
It's a great place to learn about the war, and it has a ton of English, so there's no worry about language issues. There's an indoors and an outdoors part. It's up on a hill a bit, so it provides a nice view as well. I probably wouldn't go twice, but it was neat to visit, see, and read about the war and how the US helped South Korea out more than any other country.
A nice museum dedicated to the Incheon landing. Several monuments and military memorabilia along with a museum detailing the timeline of the landing. Well worth the hike up the stairs. At the top not only is the history worth it but the view is remarkable.
Interesting exhibition and memorial, most text also on English. You can walk between here and the metropolitan museum.
Nice view On a high place. I would visit if I am in the area, but it is not worth coming all the way here. Very decent English displays. Pictures: The signal set is huge! Luckily, now we carry smaller sets. Wear your compass literally. And after hearing so much about Peng Dehuai, seeing his signature.
Great piece of history for those that want to learn more about the Incheon landing of the American Forces during the Korean War. Very MacArthur heavy...