▲ Yoo Jeongbok, the 8th elected mayor of Incheon, is nowcurrently on his first trip overseas since taking office. In the firstdestination, which is Singapore, he started his work to materialize the plan tomake Incheon one of the ultra-top-tier cities of the world. The photo shows Mr.Yoo visiting the exhibitions of the Urban Planning Pavilion of the URA ofSingapore.
Yoo Jeongbok, the 8th elected mayor of Incheon, is now currentlyon his first trip overseas since taking office. In his first destination,Singapore, he started his work to materialize the plan to make Incheon one ofthe ultra-top-tier cities of the world.
Incheon announced that Mr. Yoo hosted a meeting with SouthKorean businesspersons in Singapore on September 16th.
The meeting was attended by representatives from PoscoInternational, Korean Air, KDB, and Shinhan Bank, as well as Professor JangseopShin of the National University of Singapore.
During the meeting, the attendants shared their insights on howSingapore became home to a number of multinational corporations, outstandingpolicies of the government that are related to the roles of Singapore as afinancial hub of the world, and, especially, the trends of multinationals withregard to the return of Hong Kong to China.
After the meeting, Mr. Yoo visited the Singapore Branch of KOTRAto be briefed on the current status of trade in the country. Then, Mr. Yoovisited the URA office of Singapore, Clark Quay, Gardens by the Bay, Marina BaySands, etc., concerning his campaign pledge on the Jemulpo Renaissance Project.
The world’s ultra-top-tier city that Incheon seeks to become isa city of a new level that is beyond the top-tier cities of South Korea and theworld. In response to the 5th Industrial Revolution, the city aims to become anUltra Smart City while also becoming a human-oriented City of Happiness, aimingto enhance the quality of life through culture, history, and environment.