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Incheon Chinatown: ‘Han Jung Won’

Incheon Chinatown boasts a tranquil spot named ‘Han Jung Won.’ Drawing inspiration from China’s four major gardens, specifically Zhuo Zheng Yuan (拙庭園) and Liu Yuan (留園), Han Jung Won is an outdoor cultural space designed by incorporating the garden styles of scholars in the later period of the Qing Dynasty.

Utilizing elements like shadow walls (영벽), decorative walls (조벽), pavilions, wooden bridges, ponds, and planters found in traditional Chinese gardens, Han Jung Won creates an atmosphere reminiscent of China, offering tourists both visual delights and relaxation.

“Incheon Chinatown, Chinese-style Garden”

Han Jung Won, being a Chinese-style garden, not only follows the garden facility styles but also incorporates traditional Chinese trees and plants such as bamboo, roses, and magnolias. This blend aims to provide visitors with an authentic sense of China’s ambiance.

While the space may not be vast, it serves as a delightful pause for those exploring Chinatown, offering a place to take a break, unwind, and enjoy a moment of tranquility during their travels.

“Incheon Chinatown, Han Jung Won”

  • Address: 18-1 Seonrin-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon
  • Phone: 032-760-7860-6