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Inchon, South Korea
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    (circa 1883- )
    Also spelled 'Incheon'
    Founded in 1883 (as Chemulpo), but inhabited for hundreds of years
    Located on the west coast of South Korea
    Population approximately 2,628,000 (2005)
    Part of Metropolitan Seoul but with its own jurisdiction
    Its name changed many times over the years.
    It is overshadowed by Seoul.
    It was the location of a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp during World War 2.
    The site ofGeneral MacArthur's landing during the Battle of Inchon is now a garish amusement park.
    It aims to become as English-speaking a city as Hong Kong.
    It is a key seaport.
    It was here that South Korean and UN forces gained the upper hand during the Korean War.
    Jayu or Freedom Park, created to recognize friendly relations between the US and South Korea, contains a miniature Statue of Liberty.
    It established the 'Incheon Free Economic Zone' to encourage foreign investment.
    It was picked to host the Asia Games for 2014.

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