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Explore Seoul’s Incheon Airport with ONE’s ‘Where Stars Land’

Centered around Seoul’s busy Incheon Airport and its customer service department, ONE’s upcoming series ‘Where Stars Land’ two rookie employees – one a perfectionist who has faced failure far too often (played by Chae Soo Bin) and the other’s a pilot hopeful held back by his poor vision (played by Lee Je Hoon) – set out to make their dreams take flight.

If you didn’t know, the Incheon Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world, and it has been rated the world’s cleanest airport and the world’s best international transit airport by Skytrax, a flight and airport consultation company. If you ever find yourself at Seoul or transiting at the Incheon Airport, look out for these attractions to enhance your travel experience!

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  • The Oseong Mountain Observatory Deck
    Located at 51.5 meters above sea level, the observatory deck offers a panoramic view of the airport and an extraordinary look at the runway.
  • Korean Cultural Street
    This quaint little street is built with giwajip (houses with tiled roofs) and jeongja (gazebo) so that tourists can experience the traditional Korean houses. The Korean Cultural Street is a good place for respite before rushing to your next destination.
  • Museum of Korea Culture
    Did you know that there’s a museum in the Incheon International Airport? In cooperation with the National Museum of Korea, the Museum of Korea Culture is set up to promote the Korean culture and arts to the public. Passengers can find artifacts spanning 5,000 years that symbolizes the history of Korea.

Tune in to ONE HD, every Tuesday and Wednesday at 8.10pm to catch ‘Where Stars Land’ and see if you’re able to spot any of these Incheon Airport’s attraction.