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Incheon has some of the freshest seafood in the metropolitan Seoul area, especially at the restaurants on Wolmi-do, all of which have ocean views, and at the Yeonan Raw Fish Plaza on Yeonan Pier, where you'll get the best deals. It's the perfect place to give hwae or spicy seafood hot pot a try. Incheon's Chinatown is home to the first Chinese restaurant in South Korea (since closed), where jjajangmyeon was invented. There are a handful of good, but small, Chinese restaurants there. Walk along the main drag and get your fill of Chinese-style noodles or freshly steamed bao (Chinese filled steam buns) from street vendors. You can also stop in at one of the trendy restaurants and cafes on "Gourmet Street" when shopping in Sinpo-dong, or try traditional street food at Sinpo Market.

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