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Unique travel: K-content filming locations

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A variety of K-content, from dramas to music videos, is gaining popularity around the world.

Visiting the filming locations of various K-content will be a uniquely fun part of your trip.

Today, I introduce you to K-content filming locations

Become the main character of K-content!

Let's begin😎

Do you like BTS? Maengbang Beach is the filming location for the album jacket of BTS' signature song, "Butter." If you visit this beach, you will be welcomed by parasols and benches that resemble the shooting concept from the album. Also, the beautiful song of the waves is probably "breaking into your heart like that." Embark on travle through the sea that captivated Jungkook's heart! "Smooth like butter."

Address: Gangwon-do, Samcheok-si, Geundeok-myeon, Hamaengbang-ri 221-19

Work: Open 24 hours

Cheongha Market is the setting of the popular K-drama "Hometown Cha Cha Cha." Here you can see various stores featured in the drama. If you observe the stores depicted in the drama, such as "Bora Super" and "Cheongho Hardware," frequented by the residents of Gongjin, you will feel as though you have truly stepped into the drama. Shall we go into the village that Hejin and Dusik loved?

Address: 6 Cheongha-ro 200beon-gil, Cheongha-myeon, Buk-gu, Pohang-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

Work: 10 AM–9 PM

The Iksan Prison Set, located in Jeonbuk, is a specialized film set designed to replicate a prison. It has been used as a filming location for various prison scenes. This facility includes not only correctional facilities but also various prison-related settings, such as an interrogation room, torture room, and courtroom. You can also rent prison uniforms, allowing you to capture photos of various concepts. How about experiencing life as a prisoner for just one day?

Address: 207 Hamnang-ro, Seongdang-myeon, Iksan-si, Jeollabuk-do

Work: 9 AM–6 PM (Mon, Closed)

Yongma Land is an amusement park that closed in 2011. It is currently being used as a filming studio for various K-pop music videos. This abandoned amusement park exudes a distinctive, eerie atmosphere, making it a unique place that evokes both mystery and fear. Due to its mysterious atmosphere, this location is also popular for wedding or model photography. Why not visit and capture some unique photos?

Address: 118 Mangu-ro 70-gil, Jungnang-gu, Seoul

Work: 10 AM–6 PM

Mungyeong Saejae Open Set is Korea's representative historical drama filming set. Here, you can see various private houses and palaces from Korean historical dramas. In particular, Gyeongbokgung Palace and Gwanghwamun in Seoul are reproduced exactly as they are. Although this is a set, it gives the illusion of being transported back to Korea's past. Here you can be anything: a commoner, a general, a king. Embark on a journey through time within a Korean historical drama!

Address: 932 Saejae-ro, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

Work: 9 AM–7 PM

Sunshine Studio, located in Nonsan, is a photography studio set against the backdrop of Korea's Enlightenment period. The iconic Korean drama "Mr. Sunshine" was filmed here. Here, you can find many old-fashioned buildings that reflect the Enlightenment period. You can also rent classic costumes to take unique photos! Shall we go back 100 years to the border between tradition and modernity?

Address: Chungcheongnam-do, Nonsan-si, Yeonmu-eup, Hwanghwajeong-ri, 859-55

Work: 10 AM–6 PM (Wed, Closed)

Recently, retro style has become popular worldwide. Suncheon Drama filming is a filming studio designed with the concept of depicting Korea from the 1960s to the 1980s. This place has a retro ambiance that allows you to immerse yourself in nostalgia. You can have a unique experience by replicating a Korean slum. Additionally, you can rent Korean retro school uniforms to take unique photos. How about going into Korean memories?

Address: 24 Biryegol-gil, Suncheon-si, Jeollanam-do

Work:  9 AM–6 PM



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