Rest of the WorldThe port city’s seaside cafes offer more than just a pretty snap

This Incheon cafe lets you have a cuppa with a foot bath

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The all-pink I'm fine Café in Gangwha-do is one of four local spots recommended for tourists.
The all-pink I'm fine Café in Gangwha-do is one of four local spots recommended for tourists.

Often seen as a gateway city to Seoul, the port city of Incheon hopes to give tourists a window into its charms through its seaside cafes.

Incheon Metropolitan City has highlighted four cafes with unique themes and Instagram-worthy interiors in its Chinese publication Incheon’s Window.

“Even if there are lots of beautiful sights in Incheon, many tourists are not aware of local spots here,” a city official said.

One of the four cafes, I'm fine Cafe, is located in Gangwha-do and known for its all-pink decor, dishes and flamingo-inspired decorations.

Caission 24, a two-story cultural complex, beckons as a spot for food and performances at the end of Songdo Island, and is near to other popular nature attractions like Solchan park.

With its all-white Mediterranean-inspired interiors, How are you gd offers a slice of Santorini on Gooeup Baetuh.

More than just a café, Tramonto lets visitors have a relaxing foot bath along with their cuppa. Popular with tourists and daytrippers, the cafe offers four foot baths on the first floor and views of Ganghwado beach and Seokmo-do. 


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