|Re: Long Layover in Incheon, Korea
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Author: Sharkbait Date: Jul 8, 2008 00:39
Bob Myers wrote,
> You do realize that sushi is Japanese, not Korean, right?
> (Which is not to say that you can't get sushi in Korea, but
> it's certainly not the first dish that comes to mind when
> thinking of "local" food there.)
Actually, I know many Koreans who love sushi. Two years ago my cruise ship
stopped at Busan, and we saw several sushi restaurants, although we did not
partake. Koreans, like Japanese, appreciate quality sushi.
> Incheon International is in the middle of West Nowhere,
I am geographically challenged when it comes to R.O.K. Like many countries,
the new international airports are well away from the city. That is why a
lunch-time meal may be impractical outside the Incheon airport. I was
thinking an hour or so to Seoul, two hours for lunch and an hour back to the
airport (10:30 am to 2:30 pm). I don't know if this can be accompished
without a hassle (on a Friday). Thanks.