South Korea's Incheon International Airport, one of the largest airports in the world, continues to provide excellent air flight service as it lands the second spot on Sytrak's Best Airports In the World. Here are some of the things that made it 

Incheon Airport had a 13.5% year-on-year increase which amounts to 57 million passengers in 2016, according to CAPA. It exceeded the 50 million mark for the first time since its foundation and is receiving an average of 157, 000 passengers a day.

The rapid increase of low-cost flights contributed to the influx of international passengers to Korea, according to TR BusinessThe place also gives the best amenities for its passengers. The environment is clean, and the staff goes beyond their service and always greet passengers with a warm smile.

Apart from their impeccable service, the airport itself could be considered an attraction. Don't worry if you have a delayed flight since you'll find many ways not to get bored at Incheon Airport: it has seven gardens, a free wifi service, computers, and even free showers. It also has a golf course, movie theaters, a casino, an ice rink, and 90 duty-free shops, according to Seoulistic.

The place makes sure that passengers' needs are met. For instance, Seinustar, a clothes rental service, can help passengers get their winter clothes at designated counters. This encourages tourists to travel light upon arriving to Korea and go home without problems about baggage.

The best of all is their Korean Cultural Street. It will make you leaving Korea even harder if you chance upon this segment of the airport. It highlights Korean culture's clothing and history where you can find several hanboks on display and other Korean artifacts such as 5,000 year old historical relics, according to Huffington Post.

Incheon International is also aiming to be acquire more international tourists by upping their game in advertising. The airline company now uses VR that lets guests get to know the country better--the advertising video of the airlines shows passengers using the VR suddenly faced with the real life versions of what they are watching after they removed the gear.

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