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The Black Traveler's Guide To Incheon South Korea - cover

The Black Traveler's Guide To Incheon South Korea

The Blerd Explorer

Publisher: The Blerd Explorer

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Summary

Black tourism has been on the rise for the last few years. While it is wonderful to see pictures of other Black people having a good time in other countries and submerging themselves into other cultures, there is still a small problem. There is hardly any travel content available from a Black perspective. This travel guide was created to help address that issue.
 
This black travel guide aims to show potential travelers why Incheon, South Korea should take priority over Seoul or Busan. It was designed and created by an all-Black team for people of color. Inside of this guide you will find travel information written from the viewpoint of an African American male living in Korea, information about places to explore with special attention to places for nerds that enjoy Marvel, Gundam, One Piece, and more. This guide goes into depth about what it is like to be a Black person in Korea as a resident and as a tourist.

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