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Seven Streets Selected to Promote the Local Specialty Foods of Incheon

Meokreogichon of Hakik Law Firm Town and other streets named toenhance hygiene, taste, and services

The Incheon announced that it would select seven streets amongits Food-Specialized Streets to focus its support.

The Incheon designated seven food-specialized streets in orderto invigorate these streets that are highly populated by eateries and announcedthat they will commence an invigoration project including the improvement oftaste, hygiene, service levels and increased PR efforts.

The seven food-specialized streets selected this time are ▲(Michuhol-gu) Meokgeori-chon of Hakik Law Firm Town, ▲ (Yeonsu-gu) Seonhak-dongFood Culture Street, ▲ (Yeonsu-gu) Osongdosong Food-Specialized Street ▲(Namdong-gu) Unyeon-dong Chueo (Mudfish) Village, ▲ (Namdong-gu) GuweolMunye-gil 1st Food Culture Street ▲ (Bupyeong-gu) Gulpo Food Town, and ▲(Seo-gu) Mashil Street. In total, there are 455 eateries and restaurantscurrently in business.



The Incheon announced that it would select seven streets amongits Food-Specialized Streets to focus its support. The Incheon designated sevenfood-specialized streets in order to invigorate these streets that are highlypopulated by eateries and announced that they would commence an invigorationproject including the improvement of taste, hygiene, service levels, andincreased PR efforts. Photo top: Seonhak-dong Food Culture Street; bottom:Gulpo Food Town

Currently, there are 26 food-specialized streets in Incheon. Ofthese, the city selected seven at the beginning of this month following ameeting with the merchant association of each street that was recommended bycounties and districts.

With the social distancing rules due to COVID-19 being lifted,it is expected that the dining industry would see more customers. In response,the city plans to improve these streets so that visitors would considerrevisiting them while enhancing the hygiene of the area and improving theenvironment, so that they can become the hot place eatery streets of the area.

▲ Yeonrak-gol, Unyeon-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon. This street isfamous for its mudfish soup.

Key programs include ▲ consultation for participation in thehygiene rating program for  restaurants,▲ support for the improvement of kitchen environment, ▲ hygiene trainingprovided to restaurant employees, ▲ improvement of the business mindset of thebusiness owner, ▲ business consulting in the field customized for each of thesestreets, etc. Key programs include ▲ consultation for participation in thehygiene rating program for restaurants, ▲ support for the improvement ofkitchen environment, ▲ hygiene training provided to restaurant employees, ▲improvement of the business mindset of the business owner, ▲ and businessconsulting in the field customized for each of these streets, etc.

Also, the city will engage in promotional activities, includingInternet promotion joined by blog reporter groups and broadcasting ofcommercials on elevator TVs, etc.

The city allocated a total budget of 57 million won for theexecution of this program. With this, the city expects to enhance the image ofthe food-specialized streets and make these streets more desirable forreturning customers, enhancing the sales of the restaurant industry and helpinginvigorate the local economy.

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