Incheon

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Incheon

Park Nam-choon
The Mayor of Incheon Park Nam-choon
Career
  • M.A. in International Logistics, University of Wales, England
  • Member(Congressman), 19th and 20th National Assembly
  • Former Senior Presidential Secretary for Personnel Management

Symbol

This symbol represents the Korean character ‘ㅇ’, Chinese character ‘川’, and an ocean wave.It symbolizes the city’s dynamic and unlimited potential as a logistics center with ports and international airlines,through which goods and services come in and out of the city.
It also shows that Incheon is the gateway to the world and a hub of Northeast Asia in the 21st century.

Symbol of the Province

  • TULIP TREE
    TULIP TREE
    Tulip tree is perfect for parks and streets due to its resistance to cold and insects as well as fast growth.
    Having its origin in North America, it also serves as a reminder that Incheon is the place where the Korea-US Treaty was signed
  • ROSE
    ROSE
    Loved by the people of Incheon for many years for its beauty, roses are planted all over Incheon.
    As a red rose means passion and activity, it represents the active and passionate nature of the people of Incheon.
  • CRANE
    CRANE
    TMany towns in Incheon are named after crane, such as Songhak-dong, Cheonghak-dong, Seonhak-dong, and Hakik-dong. These towns are all home to cranes.
    Munhak-dong in particular was the old capital of Incheon. ('hak' means crane in Korean)