On Chuseok, a representative holiday in Korea, it is a traditional custom to gather to look at the full moon and make a wish. Chuseok means August 15th of the lunar calendar, and it is also a full moon night. Introducing Incheon's famous spots where you can take a walk, see the moon rising in the night sky, and make a wish.
Yeongjongjin Park is a place that contains the history of the Ganghwa Island incident of 1875. Visitors can also look back on the history of Yeongjongjin by visiting a monument and a replica of a fortress and if you go up the hill along the wall you reach a pavilion called Taepyeongru, honoring the souls of the dead soldiers who died or went missing. From Taepyeongru, you can see Yeongjong Bridge, Wolmido Island, Incheon Port, and Incheon Bridge clearly. It will be a meaningful time if you climb up Taepyeongru in Yeongjongjin Park and make a wish while looking at the bright full moon.
Jayu Park cannot be left out of this list. Located at the top of Jayu Park is a statue of “General MacArthur” who led the Incheon landing operation. On Chuseok, a large full moon floats around behind the statue of MacArthur, which is very beautiful. Seokjeongru, located in the park, is also a great point for enjoying night views and of course the moon.