Walking on the shore with seagulls, enjoying a ride with the view of the sea, and a monorail trip with an expansive view of the island: All these are available on Wolmido Island. The delightful selection of restaurants and cafes on the island makes the trip even better with a friend.
Wolmi Sea Train
This is the longest tourist monorail service in Korea, offering a new side of Wolmido Island from up above. The trains run at an average of 9 km/h, and take about 42 minutes to run the length of the 6.1 km-long track and circle the Wolmido Island. It stops at four stations such as Wolmi Sea, Wolmi Park, Wolmi Culture Street, and Museum Stations. Passengers can disembark and embark freely in these stations. The monorail also has tour guides that offer information on Wolmido Island. At its highest level, the train ascends 18 m above sea level, which offers the passengers a wonderful view of the Wolmido Island, Incheondaegyo Bridge, and the West Sea beyond.
- Address6, Wolmi-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
- Opening Hours10:00–18:00 (November–March, Tuesday–Thursday), 10:00–21:00 (April–October, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays), closed on Mondays
- FeesAdult KRW 8,000, youth (13–18) KRW 6,000, children (3 years of age and over) KRW 5,000, senior (65 years of age and over) KRW 6,000, passengers with disabilities and veterans and patriots KRW 4,000 / May be used up to 2 times on the same day
Wolmi Theme Park
A visit to Wolmido Island is not complete without a visit to the legendary "Tagada Disco" that matches up to any stand-up comedy thanks to DJs’ witty words and the thrilling Viking Ship that takes you on a ride of your life. Since its opening in 1992, it has been a mainstay of any visit to Wolmido Island. It was renamed a Wolmi Theme Park in 2009. With nearly 30 types of amusement rides, an indoor theme park "Chappy Family Park," and a VR game zone, this integrated theme park offers something for everyone. There is no entry fee to the park. Visitors pay their fees at the individual rides and facilities.
- Address81, Wolmimunhwa-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
- Opening Hours10:00–21:00 (Weekdays), 10:00–23:00 (Weekends and holidays)
- FeesEntry free of charge, KRW 4,000–6,000 per ride, one-day free pass KRW 30,000, selection of the rides ticket (3 rides for adult, 4 rides for children) KRW 15,000
Wolmi Culture Street
This is a waterfront space made up of thematic sections, such as
Space of Meeting, Space of Exchange, Space of Art and Culture, and Space of Pungmul. It is a 770 m-long street home to numerous cafes and restaurants, with sculptures and benches open to all visitors throughout the area. It is also known for its beautiful view of the sunset. Don't miss the view of the seagulls flying across the sea. You can even get closer to them by feeding them.
- Address36, Wolmimunhwa-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon