Date of final update : 2021.09.27   |  
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Exploring Islands -Seokmodo-

It is fun to travel around the city, especially exploring nature in every corner of the Incheon islands. Among the numerous islands in Incheon, we recommend exploring Seokmodo.
Seokmodo Baram-gil

Seokmodo Baram-gil, one of the Ganghwa Nadeul-gil courses, is a long trekking course along the sea. If you go along the Dukbang-gil, you will find a tidal flat, where you can rest or take pictures. Let's feel the relaxing Seokmodo Island walking along the quiet embankment road against the sea breeze.

Seokmodo Ferry-Maeumri Ferry-Eoryujeong Port-Minmeoru Beach-Eoryujeong watergate-Bomunsa Temple
Minmeoru Beach
Minmeoru Beach is a well-preserved natural eco-tourism area. The length of Minmeoru Beach is 1 km, stretching out far enough for people to experience both the sunset and pleasant camping. You can also experience activities on the tidal flat where the tide is low. It is on many tourists' must-visit lists due to its beautiful surroundings.
Seokmodo Arboretum
Seokmodo Arboretum, is a tourist attraction where one can enjoy the ocean and forest at the same time. Featuring pristine terrains and sceneries, tourists can soak in the beauty of Gangwhado. Walk the trail through the rich forest full of native plants and fall in love with the subtle charm of Seokmodo. There is an arboretum, theme botanical garden, ecological experience center and exhibition greenhouse, and other forest experience programs. This place provides comfortable and pleasant accommodation in the forest, equipped for convenience with various amenities.

*Free admission
*Forest experience program reservation required
*Reservation required for accommodations in the forest
  • AddressAddress
    161, Samsanbuk-ro 449beon-gil, Samsan-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    09:00-18:00 (final admission 17:00)
    Holidays : 1st Jan, Lunar New Year, Chuseok
  • WebsiteWebsite
Bomunsa Temple
Bomunsa Temple is a Silla period temple located on Nakgasan Mountain on Seokmodo Island. It is one of the three largest residences of Bodhisattva of Compassion in Korea (a place where people pray for the Gwaneum Bodhisattva). When you climb the short and steep mountain from the entrance, you can see the temple’s Geukrakbojeon in the center. There is a road leading up to the rock-carved seated Buddha sitting at the top of 500 flights of stairs, where the view of the West Sea is spectacular.

*Admission fee (KRW): Adults 2,000 / Middle and high school students 1,500 / Elementary school students 1,000
  • AddressAddress
    44, Samsannam-ro 828beon-gil, Samsan-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Summertime 07:00 - 19:00
    Wintertime 07:00 - 18:00
    Holidays : Open all year round
  • WebsiteWebsite
Seokmodo Mineral Hot Springs
If you spend time in Seokmodo, you must visit the mineral hot springs. It is a place where you can enjoy a view of the West Sea while soaking in the warm hot spring water that flows from the granite 460m underground. There are foot baths and 15 open-air baths.
The sunset and night view of the west sea viewed from the hot springs is an additional highlight.

*Usage once per person (max 2 hours)

*Hot spring fee (KRW)
Adult 9,000 / Group (20 or more) 8,000
Child (4-7 years old) 6,000
  • AddressAddress
    645-27, Maeeum-ri, Samsan-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    1st 07:00-09:00
    2nd 10:30-12:30
    3rd 14:00-16:00
    4th 17:30-19:30
    Holidays : Tue
  • WebsiteWebsite
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