Nestled in Mt. Eungbongsan in Incheon Metropolitan City, Jayu Park was first called Manguk Park and then Seo Park as the Japanese power became stronger. During the colonial rule of Japan, there was another park called Dong Park (East Park), which was created and used as a shrine by the Japanese.
Jayu Park, or park of Freedom, has held its name ever since October 3, 1957 when a statue of General McArthur, who led the Incheon Amphibious Landing Operation during the Korean War, was erected at the summit of Mt. Eungbongsan. The park offers spectacular views of downtown Incheon and its surrounding mountains, the port, and the sea.
Popular nearby, compatible sites for a private tour in Incheon:
Incheon China Town
Sorae Fish Market
25, Jayugongwonnam-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
인천광역시 중구 자유공원남로 25 (송학동1가)
N/A (Open all year round)