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7 Jun 2017

Top 5 K-Drama Spots To Visit For Your Korean Holidays

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Top 5 K-Drama Spots To Visit For Your Korean Holidays

Korean dramas (K-dramas) has enthralled most nations with their captivating formula that has fuelled an instant addiction and growing popularity in Asia, superseding local dramas in Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, India and even the United States, especially in Hawaii!. Since the phenomenal explosion of fame around the world, K-dramas have initiated many trends ranging from fashion, food, gadget, cars, hair, accessories, d├ęcor, furniture; you name it, and it probably could be ordered online to appease the raging cravings of hard core K-drama fans. However, there is one thing that K-drama fans cannot order through the Internet – that is the appealing attraction of the locations that these K-dramas were filmed. Fans can probably relate to these places that have seized their memories and tugged their emotional strings when their favourite TV characters are making them laugh, cry, fear, etc. So if you are one of those hard core K-drama junkies that would like to set foot on some of the filming sites to do a little re-enacting of your own, here are top 5 popular locations to visit for your Korean holidays:

1.  Namiseom Island
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One of the most noteworthy K-drama filming sites, Namiseom Island is most renowned for its scenes from the global megahit, Winter Sonata, that even a bronze statue of the drama’s leads are erected. Top of the list that fans should visit are Metasequoia Lane and Gingko Tree Lane, two walking paths that are frequently featured in the drama, however, there are also numerous locations where filming occurred but not to worry, they are clearly indicated with markers throughout the island!

2. N Seoul Tower
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This tall and pointy tower located on Namsan Mountain in the city centre is a must-visit attraction for K-drama fans, having being featured in dramas like My Love From The Stars, Legend Of The Blue Sea and Boys Over Flowers. The cable car service that takes you directly to the tower’s entrance is where Geum Jan Di (Goo Hye Sun) and Goo Jun Pyo (Lee Min Ho) of Boys Over Flowers forgot to get off the cable car and were locked in, forcing them to spend overnight in the cold, chilly weather overlooking the panaromic view of the city.

3. Korean Folk Village
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The Korean Folk Village in Yongin, Gyeonggi province is where many K-drama fans will recognise it because it always appear in historical dramas such as Jewel In The Palace, Moon Embracing The Sun, Jumong, Arang And The Magistrate and The Sungkyunkwan Scandal. Picturesque Joseon-era houses can be viewed at every angle and fans can participate in Korean folk performance and games as well as try on various historical costumes similar to the dramas!

4. Petite France
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A small area located in Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi province, this French cultural village is the epitome of the famous work ‘Le Petit Prince’, inspiring a romantic countryside of the Alps that has appeared in many K-dramas scenes such as Beethoven Virus, Secret Garden and My Love From The Stars. In Secret Garden, it is the location where Kim Joo Won (Hyun Bin) first met Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji Won) and fell in love with her as she performed stunts during a filming session. Avid fans of Beethoven Virus could re-enact the lovey-dovey atmosphere when Du Re-Mi (Lee Ji Ah) and Kang Geun-Woo (Jang Geun Seok) shared their first kiss. Visitors strolling around the fountain plaza could even catch a traditional French puppet performance!

5. Gyeongbukgung Palace
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One of the five Grand Palaces in Korea, prominent during the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung Palace is no stranger to fans that have watched K-dramas like Personal Taste, Rooftop Prince, Queen In-Hyun’s Man and Empress Myeongseong. It is also the backdrop of the latest K-drama, Chicago Typewriter where the ghost Yoo Jin-Oh (Ko Gyung-Pyo) disappears to when strolling with Han Se-Joo (Yoo Ah-In) and Jeon Seol (Lim Soo-Jung). The quaint palace grounds and timeworn structures bring K-drama junkies back in time to relive their favourite drama scenes. However, if you desire to visit more K-drama locations, why not take a look at some drama reviews here and get some ideas while you’re watching your favourite scenes. Don’t forget to make your trip to Korea fun and enjoyable without any worries by ensuring that you’re comprehensively covered with AIG travel insurance. Purchase now before you venture off to your Korean holidays, Saranghe Korea!
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