This open film set is located in Jorye-dong, Suncheon. It consists of three villages each representing a different era from the 1950s to the 1970s. It has approximately 200 houses and is the largest film set in Korea. The realistic sets bring about memories of people’s youth, while younger visitors Read more [...]
<Movie theater in Korean TV drama ‘Descendants of the Sun’> CGV Hongdae is the movie theater where Mo-Yeon and Shi-Jin had their very first date. The 6 hall of the theater has welcomed increasingly large numbers of visitors since the drama was aired. If you can, try to sit Read more [...]
Yongin MBC Dramia is a total studio set which goes beyond the concept of existing open set. Built based on historical truths, the grand studio set consists of a lot of realistic structures in Korean history of the epochs of the Three Kingdoms, Goryeo and Joseon. It has been a Read more [...]
Tourists can enjoy short film of Shilla Kimdom dynasty.
Ji Eun-tak has supernatural powers of her own, the ability to see and speak to ghosts. She encounters the ghost of an old lady who tells her the winning number for the lottery. Suddenly, Kim Shin the Goblin appears to her. Taken by surprise, the two start a mysterious conversation Read more [...]
“I will guide you to the safest place on Earth.” Whenever Ji Eun-tak was in danger, Kim Shin takes her into his house. The majestic residence in which Eun-tak, Goblin and his friend Grim Reaper (played by Lee Dong-wook) end up living together was filmed at Yanggwan Hall located within Read more [...]
Ilgamho is where Ji Eun-tak meets her first love Tae-hee (played by Jung Hae-in) in the K-Drama Goblin: The Lonely and Great God. It is located within Konkuk University’s Seoul campus but is open to the public all year-round. The lake is surrounded by ample greenery offering a gorgeous stroll. Read more [...]
Busan Cinema Center is the official venue of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) – one of the most popular film festivals in Asia – and has become a symbol of the festival itself. From an architectural perspective, the center is a historic work that embodies the theories of deconstructivism Read more [...]
Busan’s modern movie district was originally little more than a pair of cinemas that were built following Korea’s liberation from Japanese colonial rule over half a century ago. However, major renovations took place ahead of the first Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), and the newly transformed district was named BIFF Read more [...]
Located in Ssamji-gil, Insa-dong, Toto’s Nostalgia Museum and Giftshop exhibits a variety of old stuff reminiscing about the old days such as movie, comics, cigarette, food, dolls, music tapes, etc.
This museum is run by Korean Film Archive. The goal is to deliver the right knowledge about the Korean movies. A permanent exhibition is held observing the history of Korean movies from 1903 to present day with the first accident as the center, and there are also variety of other Read more [...]
All things related to Korean movie can be found at this museum. Films, scenarios, posters, still-cuts, documents, DVD, and online images are collected here. The museum provides interesting things that are related to Korean movies including the time travel of Korean movies and the characters of actresses. There is an Read more [...]
It is Korea’s biggest multi-complex shopping mall. 600 clothes shops, cinema, Sparex Sauna, and the Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park are inside the shopping mall. (Website https://www.goodct.co.kr)