Getting to an airport is FAR from the worst thing in Korea. But it's not exactly a kiss on the cheek either.
Seoul, one of the largest tumors that we call a 'city' doesn't have an airport of it's own. Instead, it is serviced by two airports from the same railway while it's miserable citizens die off like a syphilitic leper sucking on two dicks trying to cram themselves into same gloryhole, one belonging to Porfirio Rubirosa, the other of a different size.
The nearer of the two dicks (picture Seoul squatting down to the right of both penises, so that even though one might be larger, it is still further away from Seoul's left cheek) might as well be flaccid in comparison to the second, as it has no use i'm aware of. No, really- Incheon's at least on the map, this place might not actually exist. The first eighty percent of the letters n the airport's name are "Gimp". I don't know who flies there, but i'll say it's there (maybe).
The other one, the big one, is twenty minutes further down the airport 'express' rail, in a city called Incheon, which deserves no historical background but shall receive it.
Incheon did not formally develop until early 2000 by the relatively young mayor named JakeisAwesome using the most innovative city planning program at the time, known as Sim City 2000. Its very origin explains in full why Incheon is one of the most malfunct island civilizations ever developed, unless you count Scotland as 'developed'.
You know who the last person to design a city of comparable idiocy was? Me. And in my defense, I was being sadistic, not incompetent. When the citizens complained about the complete lack of plumbing, high taxes, and frivolous use of bonds, well let's just say they suddenly needed a lot more fire stations than marinas and Acropolises. Porntipsguzzardo, motherfuckers.
Anyway, enough about Penisport2. Incheon airport inconveniences millions of people everyday to support the economy of people who live in an airport city. Why do they even have rights? They aren't human.
Coming up next: Why this had to be written is explained in a vastly different voice. (Don't worry, this is where passive voice stops. The same can not be said for parentheses.)