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  • proper n. a large city in South Korea.

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Examples

  • Graduated with an engineering degree from Inha University in Incheon, South Korea.

    Korean Air upgrades service, image

  • The U.S. bench learned of the score in Incheon, too, as team spokesman Jim Moorhouse reported to the sidelines by two-way radio.

    USATODAY.com - Notes: Familiar foe awaits

  • Tokyo, facing tougher competition from nearby airports such as Incheon in Seoul, also sees Haneda as an opportunity to protect its status as a vital stop for international airlines.

    The Seattle Times

  • Media reports also say a right-wing Japanese professor was refused entry into South Korea after arriving on a flight Sunday evening at Incheon International Airport.

    Japanese Lawmakers Barred from South Korea

  • Asia's largest low-cost long-haul carrier, Air Asia X, recently opened the Incheon-Kuala Lumpur route.

    Korean Air Flies Further For Growth

  • Mr. Cho: We aggressively targeted the in-transit market, for passengers traveling via Incheon on routes between the U.S.,

    Korean Air Flies Further For Growth

  • Newer planes, upgraded premium-class seats and the convenience of Incheon International, which was voted the "Best Airport Worldwide" by Airports Council International four years in a row, has worked to its advantage.

    Korean Air upgrades service, image

  • Most of its international passenger and cargo operations fly from Incheon International airport, which opened in 2001.

    Korean Air upgrades service, image

  • Ha Sa-Hun/Yonhap/Reuters Relatives of a South Korean coast guard stabbed to death by a Chinese captain while he was trying to apprehend the Chinese vessel in South Korean waters wept at a funeral hall in Incheon, South Korea, on Monday.

    Asia in Pictures

  • Architects and developers have proposed about a dozen such large-scale office and residential projects in Seoul and South Korea's two other largest cities, Busan and Incheon, in recent years.

    Designers Rethink Flashback to 9/11

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