This Pinay Created A Guide To Finding K-Drama Locations In Korea

And we're over here taking notes.
PHOTO: Facebook/Rebela Diaries

When people go to Korea, tourists usually:

  • Stock up on K-beauty products
  • Indulge in delicious street foods
  • Buy a lot of oppa merch (let’s be real)

But if you’re already in the country that gave us Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo and Goblin, why not recreate some of your favorite scenes?

Because that’s what 28-year-old Ela Teodosio did with her sister! She documented their recreations of some of the best scenes in K-drama history on her blog, Rebela Diaries—including how to get to each spot!

How to get there: Take the subway to Euljiro 3 (sam)-ga, Exit 8. Walk straight for a few minutes until you reach the intersection. 

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How to get there: Take subway to City Hall Station, Exit 2. Walk straight to the end of the palace wall, you’ll see the flower marker before you turn right.

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How to get there: From the Seoul Museum of Art, turn right. Go straight until you reach the first corner. 

How to get there: Take the subway to Yongdap Station, Exit 2. The bridge is connected to the exit.

And she’s not stopping there! reached out to Ela to find out which other K-drama locations are on her list, she said, “I would love to go to some filming sites in the provinces—like the Gangneung breakwater where Goblin's Ji Eun Tak and Kim Shin first met; and the Taebaek Coal Mine in Gangwon, which was used as the military camp in Descendants of the Sun.”

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