Boats to the West Sea islands embark from here, not to be confused with the larger International Ferry Terminal building next door. Has convenience stores, a cafe and snack restaurants inside the terminal building.
This motorised 54-seat trolley bus winds in and out of the Hwaseong fortress wall to the archery field at Yeonmudae.
Regularly ranked as one of the world's best airports, this top-class operation 52km west of Seoul was enhanced yet further in 2018 with the opening of Terminal 2 in time for the Winter Olympics.
The only Korea–China ferry company with an English website where you can book online, this professional outfit sails from Incheon to Qingdao, Tianjin (for Beijing) and Wehai.
The short, scenic hop to Yeongjongdo by car ferry takes 15 minutes, but drops you in the south-east of the island, a long bus ride from the sights or the airport.
Free Maglev linking Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 with Paradise City Casino and other destinations.
The central transport hub for getting to and around the island.
The ticket office here has bilingual island maps.