Herb Village [허브빌리지]

Record of Youth (2020); Hold Me Tight (2018); Strange Family (2016); Entertainer (2016)

The gardens of this location is also featured in Episode 12 of Record of Youth/The Moment/Youth Record (청춘기록) (tvN, 2020), when Sa Hye-jun (Park Bo-gum) has a drama shoot at the Herb Village. His makeup stylist girlfriend, Jeong-ha (Park Sodam), arrives at the location with his best friend Hye-hyo (Byeon Woo-suk), who has a supporting role, and between scenes, they discuss how Hye-jun can avoid any further bad publicity and scandals.

This is the vacation house everyone of the band stays at at the end of episode 17 and the beginning of episode 18 in Entertainer (딴따라) (SBS, 2016). It is also here, where Kayle (Gong Myung of 5urprise) confesses to Geu-rin (Hyeri of Girl’s Day) that she was his first love.

Also seen in Hold Me Tight/Holding Hands/Let’s Watch the Sunset (손 꼭 잡고, 지는 석양을 바라보자) (MBC, 2018); Strange Family/The Unusual Family (별난 가족) (KBS1, 2016).

MV Filmed Here

Oh Jong Hyuk(오종혁), Kim Ji Sook(김지숙): ‘Love Fades (시들어)‘ (2016)

CF Filmed Here

Seventeen (세븐틴) for The Saem [더샘] (2018)

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Yeoncheon Herb Village [허브빌리지] — not to be confused with the rather close-by Pocheon Herb Island [포천허브아일랜드] — is a garden overlooking the Imjin River/Rimjin River [임진강] located in the village Buksam [Buksam-ri/북삼리] in Wangjing Township [Wangjing-myeon/왕징면] in the Yeoncheon County [Yeoncheon-gun/연천군]; close to the DMZ. The garden was designed with a Mediterranean resort in mind, and combines beautiful lavender fields, spacious gardens, a private infinity pool with panoramic views and a large glasshouse which features herbs and trees, including five Spanish olive trees that are said to be 300 years old. Apart from the gardens, the Village also boasts two restaurants (one inside the glasshouse) and a coffee shop, plus Villas for long or short stays.

Instagram: @herb_village

Address
55 Buksamno 20(isip)beon-gil, Wangjing-myeon, Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 연천군 왕징면 북삼로20번길 55
(왕징면 북삼리 222)
Geolocation: 38.088324, 127.004817

Getting here
From Seoul by train
➜ From Seoul Station [서울역], take Line 1 to Soyosan Station (1 hr and 25 mins, 33 stops).
➜ Take Local bus #3300 to Jeongok Express Bus Terminal (18 minutes).
➜ From Jeongok Bus Terminal, walk 150 metres to Jeongok Traditional Market bus stop #43-2031 (정곡재래시장앞) and take local bus #55-6 to the Herb Village (Buksami Bridge/ Herb Village bus stop #43-655, 북삼 리 대교 허브 마을) (approximately 55 minutes, 19 stops).

Please note: Buses run each hour, between 12:00 and 17:45.
In addition, buses #55-1, 55-10, 82-4 and 82-7 travel to the Herb Village one or two times a day.

— submitted by Marion KDL, with updates and directions by sarahms
Record of Youth added by sarahms

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  1. Extra info

    Opening hours have changed, too.
    April – November: 9:00am – 10:00pm
    December – March: 9:00am – 8:00pm

    Insta – @herb_village

  2. Record of Youth location

    The gardens of this location is also featured in Episode 12 of Record of Youth (tvN, 2020), when Sa Hye-jun (Park Bo-gum) has a drama shoot at the Herb Village. His makeup stylist girlfriend, Jeong-ha (Park Sodam), arrives at the location with his best friend Hye-hyo (Byeon Woo-suk), who has a supporting role, and between scenes, they discuss how Hye-jun can avoid any further bad publicity and scandals.

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April – November: 9:00am – 10:00pm December – March: 9:00am – 8:00pm ---- An entrance fee applies