Experience Korean dramas on location! 9 famous drama filming locations in Seoul, Incheon, and more


Korean dramas, with their unique storylines and fascinating actors, can be enjoyed just by watching the visuals, but you can experience even more excitement by visiting the beautiful filming locations where the dramas were set.
Seoul, Incheon and Gyeonggi region are the setting for many dramas with their diverse landscapes and unique charm. The following Korean locations have created moving scenes in dramas, and visiting them will give you new experiences and make the drama storyline more vivid and deeper.

Incheon Cheongna Lake Park
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1. The Glory - Incheon Cheongna Lake Park

Incheon Cheongna Lake Park is an attractive park in Incheon, South Korea, that attracts people with its natural beauty and vast space. It is also known as the filming location for the Go scene in the drama "The Glory." The beautiful scenery of this park seen through the drama scene leaves a strong impression on visitors, stimulating their desire to experience it in person.

Location: Cheongna Lake Park - Google Maps



DDP Dongdaemun Design Plaza

2. Vincenzo - Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP)

Located in the heart of Seoul, Dongdaemun Design Plaza ( DDP ) is also known as the filming location for the TV drama "Vincenzo," and its attractive exterior highlights the backdrop of the drama. The building is known for its unique shape and modern design. Designed by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid, its flowing curves and metallic surfaces create a futuristic atmosphere.

Location: DDP Dongdaemun Design Plaza - Google Maps



3. Squid Game – Baiyun Market

Baeung Won Market is a traditional market located in Seoul, South Korea, and is also known as the filming location for the TV drama "Squid Game." Visitors can explore the market while re-experiencing scenes from the drama. The market attracts visitors with its vibrant atmosphere and delicious street food. Here, you can get a glimpse into the daily life of local people and experience authentic Korean culture.

Location: Baiyun Market - Google Maps



Gyoridan Street
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4. Lawyer Woo Young-woo is a genius - Haengnidan Street

Hangridan-gil in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, is known as the filming location for the TV drama "Lawyer Woo Young-woo is a Genius." With its unique architecture, quirky shops, and delicious local cuisine, the area is an ideal place for tourists to spend a day. In particular, the street is dotted with murals and art installations, showcasing the creativity of local artists.

Location: Gyoridan Street - Google Maps



Deoksugung Palace

5. Goblin - Deoksugung Stone Wall Trail

Deoksugung Stone Wall Walkway is one of Seoul's historical attractions and is also known as the filming location for the TV drama "Goblin." Visitors can experience this beautiful scenery while recreating the drama's moving scenes. Deoksugung Palace was a royal palace during the Joseon Dynasty and attracts visitors with its magnificent architecture and rich history. In particular, the stone wall walkway is known for its beautiful scenery and peaceful atmosphere.

 Location: Deoksugung Palace Stone Wall Road - Google Maps


Handanjiang Sky Bridge

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6. Love's Crash Landing - Handanjiang Sky Bridge

Handan River Sky Bridge, located a short distance from Seoul, is also famous as the filming location for the TV drama "Crash Landing on You," allowing tourists to enjoy this beautiful scenery while reliving scenes from the drama. The transparent glass bridge crosses the Handan River and offers a beautiful view of the river 45 meters below. The view from the bridge is breathtaking, allowing you to experience the beauty of nature at its fullest.

  Location: Handanjiang Sky Bridge - Google Maps



7. Descendants of the Sun - Camp Greaves

Camp Greaves in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, is also known as the main filming location for "Descendants of the Sun," and fans visit this historic site while recreating scenes from the drama. This former U.S. military camp site now welcomes tourists as a DMZ (demilitarized zone) experience facility. Through historical relics and exhibits, visitors can learn about the Cold War and the division of the Korean Peninsula. 

Location: Camp Greaves - Google Maps



Forest of Wisdom

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8. What is Secretary Kim doing? - Forest of Wisdom

Located in Paju, Gyeonggi-do, the Forest of Wisdom is a library and was used as a filming location for the TV drama "What's Wrong with Secretary Kim?", making it a must-see for drama fans. The building itself is a work of art, and its unique appearance draws visitors in. Inside, there are thousands of books to read in a tranquil atmosphere. The spacious windows offer a beautiful view of the park, allowing you to deepen your knowledge and relax.

Location: Forest of Wisdom - Google Maps



Baekcheoji Arboretum

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9. Hotel Del Luna - Bekchodi Arboretum

Baekchoji Arboretum is a wonderful arboretum located in Paju, Gyeonggi-do. It is also known as the filming location for the TV drama "Hotel Del Luna," where visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery while recreating scenes from the drama. This arboretum is the largest in Korea, and visitors can enjoy picturesque landscapes and peaceful natural environments. In addition, various seasonal flowers make this arboretum even more special.

Location: Baekchoji Arboretum - Google Maps


What did you think? "Experience Korean dramas on site! 9 famous drama filming locations in Seoul, Incheon, and more." By visiting the filming locations of Korean dramas, you may be able to remember a touching scene from the drama and have a new experience. Not only will you be able to experience the connection with the drama, but you will also be able to directly experience the unique culture and charm of the land itself, which will definitely make your visit to Korean tourist spots twice as enjoyable.