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Incheon airport guide

Terminal 1
인천공항 한 눈에 보기 제1여객터미널 안내도 – 장기주차장, 단기주차장, 출국장, 면세구역으로 이루어져 있으며 탑승동까지 IAT 20분 소요됩니다.(아시아나, 제주에어, 진에어, 티웨이, 이스타, 에어서울, 기타외국항공사 배치)
인천공항 한 눈에 보기 제1여객터미널 안내표 : 제1교통센터, 제1여객터미널로 구성
제1교통센터 제1여객터미널
일반구역 면세구역 탑승동
4F 전문식당가 라운지, 환승호텔, 환승편의시설, 면세품인도장, 푸드코트, 편의점 항공사라운지
3F 환전소, 택스리펀드, 로밍, 보험, 택배, 편의점

출발층(출국장)1-50 Gate

면세점, 환전소, 택스리펀드, 로밍 탑승101-132 Gate
2F 항공사사무실
1F 택시, 인천시내버스, 환전소, 로밍, 포켓와이파이, 도착층 입국장
B1 버스터미널, 철도대합실, 단기주차장, 렌터카, 푸드코트, 편의점, 캡슐호텔 전문식당가, 환전소, 약국, 헬스앤뷰티
Terminal 2
인천공항 한 눈에 보기 제2여객터미널 안내도 – 장기주차장, 단기주차장, 출국장, 면세구역으로 이루어져 있습니다. (대한항공, 델타항공, 에어프랑스, KLM네덜란드항공 배치)
인천공항 한 눈에 보기 제2여객터미널 안내표 : 제2교통센터, 제2여객터미널로 구성
제2교통센터 제2여객터미널
일반구역 면세구역
5F 홍보관
4F 전문식당가, 항공사 사무실 라운지, 환승호텔, 환승편의시설, 면세품인도장, 푸드코트, 편의점
3F 환전소, 택스리펀드, 로밍, 보험, 택배, 편의점, 서점, 약국

출발층(출국장)230-270 Gate

면세점, 환전소, 택스리펀드, 로밍, 보험, 서점, 약국
2F 정부종합행정센터, 상주기관 사무실
1F 택시, 인천시내버스, 환전소, 로밍, 포켓와이파이, 택배, 편의점, 꽃집, 도착층 입국장 환전소
B1 버스터미널, 철도대합실, 단기주차장, 렌터카, 푸드코트, 편의점, 캡슐호텔 전문식당가, 환전소, 약국, 헬스앤뷰티
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Moving between terminals Method

You can use the free shuttle bus to get to the terminal quickly.

제1 여객터미널에서 제2여객터미널 가는 방법
제1여객터미널승차장은 3층 중앙 8번 출구이며 배차간격은 5분입니다. 제2여객터미널까지의 이동거리는 15km이고, 이동시간은 약 15분소요됩니다.
제2 여객터미널에서 제1여객터미널 가는 방법
제2여객터미널승차장은 3층 중앙 4,5번 출구 사이 이며 배차간격은 5분입니다. 제1여객터미널까지의 이동거리는 18km이고, 이동시간은 약 18분소요됩니다.
제1 여객터미널 과 제2 여객터미널 에서 탑승동으로 가는 방법
제1 여객터미널 과 제2 여객터미널의 셔틀트레인을 타고 탑승동으로 이동합니다.
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Transit Tour

It is a quick and fun guide to transfer programs at Incheon International Airport.

Entertainment

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    Paradise City Art-Tainment 2-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → Paradise City Art-Tainment →
    Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1 07:00~09:00 / 13:00~15:00
    Terminal 2 09:00~11:00 / 15:00~17:00 / 14:00~16:00

    Paradise City is the very first Korean-style resort complex in Northeast Asia that offers a diverse range of year-round accommodations, entertainment and cultural experiences such as casino, clubs, art gallery and retail amenities. The art gallery at Paradise City exhibits more than 2,700 artworks including those of worldrenowned artists such as Yayoi Kusama and Demien Hirst.During a guided tour, you can meet 8 key artworks of Paradise City Art Gallery.

  • Entertainment BMW Driving Center image
    BMW Driving Center 2-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → BMW Driving Center →
    Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1 9:00~11:00/ 12:00~14:00
    Terminal 2 15:00-17:00

    BMW Driving Center in Korea is Asia’s first driving center of BMW and the size of 33 football fields combined. The center features a variety of tracks, an exhibition hall, an event hall, Junior Campus and a wonderful recreational area. The Brand Experience Hall at the center exhibits BMWs, MINIs, Motorrads and BMW’s classical cars. The driving track has six courses for professional driving experience.

Modern Lifestyle

  • food and lifestyle  Songdo (G-Tower + NC Cube Canal Walk) image
    Songdo (G-Tower + NC Cube Canal Walk) 2-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → Songdo G-Tower →
    Songdo NC Cube Canal Walk → Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1 14:00~16:00
    Terminal 2 16:00~18:00

    G-Tower Located at Central Park in Songdo International City, G-Tower is one of the most popular landmarks of Incheon. The observatory on the 33rd floor boasts a magnificent 360 panoramic view of Songdo International City. The Sky Garden located on the 29th floor also offers an open 180-degree view of Songdo Central Park, Incheon Bridge and the west coast of the city of Incheon.

    Songdo NC Cube Canal Walk which opened in August 2013 is Songdo’s premium outlet that has colorful, unique cafes, brand stores and venues where cultural events and performances are held. The mall is divided into four blocks, to correspond with the four seasons and the canal-like artificial waterway that runs through those blocks create a wonderfully romantic atmosphere.

Industry

  • Special Tour Gwangmyeong Cave image
    Gwangmyeong Cave 4-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → Gwangmyeong Cave →
    Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1&2 09:00~13:00

    On Mondays when Gwangmyeong Cave is closed, the course is replaced by Incheon City Tour (Incheon International Airport-Wolmido Park-Sinpo Market-Incheon International Airport)

    Gwangmyeong Cave (formerly Siheung Mine) which closed down in 1972, is a place that preserves the evolution of modern industries in Korea after the nation’s independence from the Japanese colonial rule. According to the records, 52kg of gold was mined from 1955 to 1972. The mine was closed down in 1972 but it is estimated that the cave still has a sizable amount of gold deposits.

Temple

  • Temple Jeondeungsa Temple Deokjinjin image
    Jeondeungsa Temple & Deokjinjin 4-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → Jeondeungsa Temple →
    Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1&2 8:00~12:00

    Jeondeungsa Temple is considered the oldest temple in Korea and is known to have been built in the late 4th century, around when Buddhism was first introduced to Korea. In the 13th century, during the reign of King Wonjong of Goryeo Dynasty, the temple was rebuilt and played a significant role in the revival of Buddhism. It is a prestigious temple that holds a beautiful Daewoongjeon (Main Buddha Hall) designated as Treasure No. 178 of Korea as well as various valuable relics from Goryeo and Joseon Dynasty periods.

    Deokjinjin was a strategic point of the outer castle wall used for defending the Ganghwa Straits during the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392). It was the strongest artillery base in the Ganghwa Straits and a historical site where fierce battles during Byeonginyangyo (the French invasion in 1866) and Shinmiyangyo (the American invasion in 1871) took place. The battlements and gatehouse of Deokjinjin that had all been destroyed during Sinmiyangyo were restored later in 1970. Treasure No. 178 of Korea as well as various valuable relics from Goryeo and Joseon Dynasty periods.

  • Temple Jeondeungsa Temple Cheonggyecheon Stream Jogyesa Temple image
    Cheonggyecheon Stream & Jogyesa Temple 4-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → Cheonggyecheon Stream →
    Jogyesa Temple → Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1&2 14:00~18:00

    Cheonggyecheon Stream Cheonggyecheon Streamrunning between Seoul’s Jongno-gu and Jung-gu holds not only the 600-year history of Seoul but the lives and memories of Korean people who made their livelihoods around the stream. The stream was once a small watercourse hidden by an overpass but a massive urban renewal project transformed the stream and now it is one of the most popular and loved places in Seoul. Treasure No. 178 of Korea as well as various valuable relics from Goryeo and Joseon Dynasty periods.

    Jogyesa Temple Jogyesa is the chief temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism and the center of Korea’s modern Buddhist movement. The grand Daewoongjeon (Main Temple) boasts splendid ornaments and golden Buddhastatues. A 500-year-old white pine tree designated as Natural Monument No.9 in Korea stands peacefully in front of Daewoongjeon, adding a touch of natural beauty to Jogyesa Temple. The temple also holds annual lantern festival in celebration of Buddhist's birthday.

Shopping

  • Shopping Myeong-dong Namdaemun Market image
    Myeong-dong & Namdaemun Market 5-HrTour
    COURSE
    Incheon International Airport → Myeong-dong →
    Namdaemun Market → Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1&2 13:00~18:00

    Myeong-dong is filled with shopping centers, boutiques and duty free stores and is one of the most popular shopping districts in Seoul. It is where international tourists can experience Korea’s latest fashion trends and various street foods.

    Namdaemun Market is the largest traditional market in Korea and the streets are filled with small shops that sell clothes, glasses, kitchen utensils, toys, iking equipment, fishing equipment, stationeries, art equipment, hats, flowers, ginseng and basically everything you can think of.

Traditional Sites

  • Gyeongbokgung Palace Insa-dong
    Gyeongbokgung Palace & Insa-dong 5-HrTour
    Course
    Incheon International Airport → Gyeongbokgung Palace → Insa-dong → Incheon International Airport
    Schedule
    Terminal 1&2 8:00~13:00 / 10:00~15:00

    Every Tuesday, Gyeongbokgung Palace tour will be substituted by Changdeokgung Palace tour because Gyeongbokgung Palace is closed on Tuesdays.

    Gyeongbokgung Palace was completed in 1395and the first royal palace built by the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung Palace was built about 25 years earlier than the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. The palace was burned down in 1592 during a Japanese invasion but was restored in 1867 during the reign of King Gojong.

    Insa-dong is a popular neighborhood located at Jongno, Seoul and is home to antique ships, folk art galleries and small shops selling traditional goods.

Departure Gate Traffic Summary

Terminal 1
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  • A - M Check-In Counter
  • 1 - 6 Departure Gate
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Expected number of passengers by hour
Level of traffic: 기단, 5번 출국장, 4번 출국장, 3번 출국장, 2번 출국장
time Area 5 Area 4 Area 3 Area 2
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  • Normal
    7,000 ~ 7,600
  • Medium
    7,601 ~ 8,200
  • High
    8,201 ~ 8,600
  • Very High
    8,600 ~
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  • Medium
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Terminal 2
Last updated : 2018.07.20 23:07
  • A - H Check-In Counter
  • 1 - 2 Departure Gate
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Level of traffic: 시간, 2번 출국장, 1번 출국장
time Area 2 Area 1
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Congestion level

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  • Normal
    3,200 ~ 3,500
  • Medium
    3,500 ~ 3,800
  • High
    3,800 ~ 4,000
  • Very High
    4,000 ~
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  • High
  • Very High