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also In·chon  (ĭn′chŏn′, -chŭn′)
A city of northwest South Korea on an inlet of the Yellow Sea southwest of Seoul. It was opened to foreign trade in 1883.
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Noun1.Incheon - a port city in western South Korea on the Yellow SeaIncheon - a port city in western South Korea on the Yellow Sea
Republic of Korea, South Korea - a republic in the southern half of the Korean Peninsula; established in 1948
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Rottman, Inch'on 1950: The last great amphibious assault (Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing, 2006), p.
That's the only reason!" Others eagerly took photographs of themselves next to life-size cardboard replicas of Pae Yongchun, positioned for such purposes at drama sites and within Korea's main international airport at Inch'on. At a drama site location in Ch'unch'on, outside the shop run by Yujin's mother in the drama and thus the female lead character's home, was a life-size cardboard replica of both the main male and female characters huddled together, wearing their winter coats, and, of course, scarves.
The fourth occupation, initiated by the vicious military invasion by Kim Il Sung's DPRK forces, and repressive control of Seoul and nearly all of the south, from the days following 24 June until the end of September, following MacArthur's successful amphibious landing at Inch'on;