Tree, Flower & Bird

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Incheon’s Tree
County Tree-Tulip Tree
COUNTY TREE
THE TULIP TREE
The tulip tree is perfect for parks and streets due to its resistance to cold and insects as well as its rapid pace of growth. Having its origin in North America, it also serves as a reminder that Incheon is the place where the Korea-US Treaty was signed.
Incheon’s Flower
Incheon’s Flower-Rose
COUNTY FLOWER
THE RED ROSE
Loved by the people of Incheon for many years for its beauty, you can find roses planted all over Incheon. As the red rose symbolizes passion and activity, it represents the active and passionate nature of the people of Incheon.
Incheon’s Bird
County Bird-Crane
COUNTY BIRD
THE RED-CROWNED CRANE
Many districts in Incheon are named after the crane, including Songhak-dong, Cheonghak-dong, Seonhak-dong, and Hakik-dong. These towns are all home to cranes. Munhak-dong in particular was the former administrative capital of Incheon. (*’hak’ means crane in Korean)