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Gallery Tour

Incheon is the city where the opening of the ports started Korea’s modern era. There are galleries in Incheon where you can see how Incheon looked like after opening its port. You can also get a glimpse of Incheon when Western cultures entered Incheon, and brisk exchanges took place.
Gwandong Gallery
The Gwandong Gallery is an exhibition space located near Sinpo Market. It is an old Japanese-style wooden house that was remodeled and reinvented as an exhibition space. The materials are on display providing a general idea of how the lifestyle was when the port opened. Pictures of life of Incheon residents at that time as well as the objects, books, and paintings used are on display on the first floor of the gallery. Special exhibitions such as modern materials and photographs, as well as a rental exhibition are on the second floor. When you visit the Gwandong Gallery, you can get a notion of the lifestyle at the time of the port opening in the 1930s.
  • AddressAddress
    38, Sinpo-ro 31beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-766-8660
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Fri-Sun 10:00 ~ 18:00
    Holidays : Public Holiday
  • WebsiteWebsite
The Museum of Korean Modern Literature
The Museum of Modern Korean Literature was reinvented as a museum by remodeling a warehouse built during the Japanese colonial period. The Modern Korean Literature Building was previously used as a warehouse and a kimchi factory. Exhibitions, literary lectures, and events are held here for learning Korean modern literature and humanities.
  • AddressAddress
    76, Sinpo-ro 15beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-773-3800
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Tue-Sun 10:00 ~ 18:00
    Holidays : Mon, 1st Jan, Chuseok, Lunar New Year, Public Holiday
  • WebsiteWebsite
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