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"VINCENZO" filming locations in Seoul Metropolitan Area

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An exclusive travel guide featuring only

the hottest spots leading the popularity of Korean culture

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The metropolitan area,

that show a unique charm

Today, I'd like to introduce

four locations that

drama "VINCENZO" filmed


Seoul Metropolitan Area Course

The real place of Geumga Plaza

This area, including shopping malls, has been reborn as a hip neighborhood that young people love. There are so many unique cafes, bakeries and old restaurants that it is hard to decide where to go. From the bridge connecting Sewoon Plaza and Cheonggye Plaza, you can enjoy the scenery of Seoul where the past and the present coexist.

Address: 160 Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

source: naver blog yukbaeke

A cafe in Seongsu-dong popular in the social media

It is a coffee shop in the former factory building. The place where Vincenzo Song Joong-ki and Hong Cha-young Jeon Yeo-been drank espresso and iced americano was the outdoor terrace on the first floor, and from the rooftop on the third floor, you can see this terrace at a glance.

Address: 9 Seongsui-ro 7ga-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul

Work: 11AM–10PM Open year-round


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A cultural complex space with stores and restaurants

In episode 5, in the scene where Vincenzo and Hong Chayoung were eating hot dogs, a particularly dark blue container building might have caught your eye. Even at first glance, it is the COMMON GROUND, a shopping and cultural space composed of shipping containers. From colorful graffiti, installations, signboards, and show windows, all elements harmonize to create a hip vibe.

Address: 200 Achasan-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul

Work: 11AM–10PM

source: naver blog loveaffair

A park reproducing a real Italian Village

It is a theme park that introduces Italian culture with the theme of Pinocchio, the representative Italian literary work, and Leonardo da Vinci. The Italian scenes in the drama were actually filmed in Italy and at this location. The Italian village is delicately reproduced to the extent that it is difficult to tell whether it's real or not.

Address: 1073-56 Hoban-ro Cheongpyeong-myeon,

Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do

Work: 9AM–6PM

Cost: Adults/ Teenagers-16,000 Children- 12,000



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