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Logistic Hub of Northeast Asia

A burgeoning logistics hub, Gyeonggi Province offers four main gateways to Korea: Incheon International Airport, Gimpo International Airport, Pyeongtaek Port (the nearest seaport to China), and Incheon Port. The province also boasts efficient road and rail networks, providing easy access to any part of Korea.

Incheon International Airport

  • Selected as best airport in the world for 7th consecutive year in 2010 by Airports Council International
  • Provides an extensive network connecting 172 cities in 53 countries, via 67 airlines
  • Handled 229,580 flights, 35,062,366 passengers, and 2,539,222 tons of cargo in 2011
Gimpo International Airport
  • 2nd largest airport in Korea after Incheon International Airport
  • Offers domestic and international flights
  • Features the Sky City Complex for cultural events, leisure and shopping

Port of Incheon

  • 2nd largest port in Korea after Busan
  • Container Throughput (2011): 1,997,759 TEU
Pyeongtaek Port
  • One of the fastest growing ports in Korea
  • Numerous shipping lines connecting with the US, Europe, China and East Asian
  • Chinese trade base (as the closest seaport to China, Chinese cargo accounts for the majority of shipments)
  • Reduction of cargo entrance and clearance fees: Only 60% of the container and freight costs of Busan and Incheon
Convenient Logistics
  • Gyeongbu Expressway (Korea's main artery), Seohaean Expressway (backbone to the West Coast), and Yeongdong Expressway (penetrates the Korea Peninsula horizontally), as well as many other national highways, industrial routes
  • Convenient rail connections (Gyeongbu and Honam lines) pass through
    Gyeonggi Province, guaranteeing fast access to any part of Korea
Great Train Express (GTX)
 To address traffic congestion and air pollution issues in the capital region, Gyeonggi
 Province is undertaking the construction of the Great Train Express (GTX). Running up
 to 200 kilometers per hour, this high-speed train will run 40-50 meters underground and
 link Seoul with cities through Gyeonggi. Slated for completion in 2017, GTX will enable
 travel times of 25 minutes or less between the capital city and the outskirts of the