Muuido Island
Muuido Island
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CanisHan
Seoul, South Korea26,439 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
CY+G ( 21.07.10 )
This island was near Incheon airport, and had good beach and trail road. Though there was not good public transportation, but it was worth to visit in a one-day course of trip. There had two famous beach, the road to there was not good. There had sea bridge through beach, and connect with trail road. We enjoyed walk at Hanagea beach and sea bridge. Though the road in Muuido was not good, but no problem.
Written 11 July 2021
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Jake Aller
Alexandria, VA36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019
now a short drive from the airport. I'd take the bus from the airport or Unseo station so you can enjoy a drink. there is a great round the island hike takes five hours;. I will do that next week and write a fresh review. the beach is very nice includes a zipline and bungalows = 20,000 won per night! with the new bridge it is easy to get to. if you have five hour overlay you can defintiely make it to Muido and back.
Written 27 January 2020
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mattodowd
Beijing, China178 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
This was a really nice day trip from Seoul, with opportunity for some basic hiking or resting on the beach. It felt quite authentic too, with not too much influence from tourism, though the downside was that nobody spoke English. To get here, I took the free maglev train from Incheon airport to Yongyu, then crossed the road and took bus no 1, which crossed the road bridge onto the island. It stops at multiple points on the island and I took it right to the south part. There are some restaurants and coffee shops on the island, though do not expect them to speak English! Stopped off at Holly's coffee on the way back to enjoy a view of the island from the mainland. The island is free to get on.
Written 3 October 2019
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algrant13
Melbourne, Australia133 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Honestly, I don't know what the other people saying "must visit" were thinking. Muuido Island is fundamentally not set up for foreign tourists. There is literally no information on the island to help find your way around and the sites are, well, bland. The restaurants don't speak English (and are far and few between anyway), the island bus is extremely crowded and uncomfortable, I found the whole experience to be entirely lacking. The best fun that I had was feeding the local stray cat with octopus jerky that I bought in desperation from the store. When I got back to Incheon Airport, I felt to relieved.

To be fair: if you are a hiker or a trekker, by all means, follow the long paths and enjoy the scenery. If you have a car, great, by all means enjoy. If you're a casual tourist like me, trying to get out of the big city, this is not the right experience for you.

If Muuido Island puts up some minimal information about what to expect or how to find your way around, that would make an immense difference. For everyone else, Avoid, Avoid, Avoid.
Written 26 September 2019
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sa4ahlg
Southampton, UK9 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Solo
Catch the 2-1 or 222 bus from
Terminal 1, 3rd floor, exit 7. 2-1 drops you before bridge, 222 after bridge (I took the 2-1 & just walked it from there as not too hot). Super busy at weekends, but very pleasant on a Monday. Best to stay at Hanagae or Silmi. Not much online to pre-book, but plenty here when you arrive. Restaurant menus nearly all in Korean - bring a translation book if you need help! Great food though, and plenty of little markets to stock up on snacks, beer and water. Campers, bring your tent! Perfect place to relax with friends.
The bridge has been open for 3 months now, so it gets very busy with locals from Incheon at weekends. A lot of hikers come here (great trails starting from south end of Hanagae - don’t attempt in flip flops! There’s a bit of scrambling up to be done). There’s still quite a lot of construction going on around the island, and I imagine in a few months time, it’ll probably be geared up for foreign tourists (good or bad? Not sure)
The no.1 bus will take you around the island - it comes around every 30 mins from all the key places.
The tide does go out about a mile - so check before going if you’re making a short trip, as if out, you may be disappointed!
Written 8 July 2019
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Daniel J
Beijing, China14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019
Since the bridge between Incheon and Muuido Island was opened it is easy to visit. Bus one is running to all important places and must see spots on the Island. Just remember to take cash as the ATM does not take international cards
Written 8 May 2019
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Panbong Ha
Changwon, South Korea452 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018
A little island which is near Incheon International Airport. Maybe, this island will be connected to the land by a bridge. A little trekking in Little Muyi Islet and near Hanagae Beach are recommended in this area. But Silmi Islet which is well known from a movie is not recommended. There are entry fees in entering Hanagae Beach and Simi Islet.
Written 28 November 2018
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JHamtigjr
Jefferson City, MO216 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Solo
I went here to explore what Hanagae Beach offers and actually to see a perfect sunset. It's a beautiful beach with a more than 90 ft. tall tower, huts you can rent, ATVs for rent, PFD rental place, a board walk that goes along the rock formations to the left of the beach, and some restaurants, a small market store, and nice trails to walk/jog/take pictures in. And did you all know, this island's claim to fame is the setting of a Korean drama show? lol I don't exactly know what the show is about but they have the house at Hanagae beach with pictures of the actors on the windows and the entrance. Praises for okiecb for putting really good info about Muuido Island! Another info I want to add is there is a bridge getting built. As of 23rd June 2018, it's about 80 percent complete. So to get to Muuido, you have to take the ferry to cross over from Jamjindo Island (mainland). Warning, 8 PM is the last ferry that crosses over from Muuido to Jamjindo, SO DON'T GET STUCK in the island like I did! lol! I had to pay 30,000 won for one night to rent a small hut. It has heated floor, two sliding window, a sliding door, a light, and 4 blankets and 4 pillows. I was lucky enough to meet some good folks there as well! These dudes offered me Korean BBQ, some Soju, whiskey and some Cass beer! Had a blast and a half!!!! Visit this island, get stuck if you want, but be ready to make some friends!! It's definitely worth your while! P.S. I didn't get to see the sunset because of clouds blocking the horizon lo! thank you Mother Nature!!
Written 26 June 2018
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Andrew H
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar73 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Solo
What a wonderful place to visit in winter. Very easy access via the car ferry (24,000 Won return trip). Some wonderful beaches which at the time I visited were frozen into a winter wonderland.
Written 28 January 2018
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Nar
Incheon, South Korea10 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Family
We spent 3 days camping on the beach and I have to say it was gorgeous! There are several activities to do at the place, asides from swimming in the ocean; there is a huge zip line that costs only 15 dollars per person, and I have to say, I am not acrophobic but it was REALLY high. You can pick seashells, I got some pretty impressive ones (and we even had a seashell showoff, I won). Moreover, there was a number of people who were catching clams while the tides were low, and in the end, finders keepers, they got to eat all the clams they found! How jealous... And lastly, there is a tiny stable with two horses, which you can take a nice horse ride along the shoreline and back. A memorable experience.
Written 2 October 2015
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