Naju Image Theme Park [나주영상테마파크]

Alchemy of Souls (2022); Joseon Exorcist (2021); My Country: The New Age (2019); The King In Love (2017); Goblin (2016-17); Jang Young-sil (2016); Moon Lovers (2016); Jeon Woo-chi (2012-13); Iljimae (2008); The Legend (2007); Jumong (2006-07)

[Spoiler] This is where Nak-su’s (Go Yoon-jung) body is publicly burned in episode 2 of Alchemy of Souls/Soul Marriage (Hwanhon/환혼) (tvN, 2022).

The selection test for the military takes place here in episode 2 of My Country: The New Age (나의 나라) (JTBC, 2019), in which the final opponents are Seo Hwi (Yang Se-jong) and Nam Sun-Ho (Woo Do-Hwan) with the latter winning.

In The King in Love/The King Loves (왕은 사랑한다) (MBC, 2017), this theme park served as the palace of Goryeo.

Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) comes here with his army in episode 1 of Goblin/Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (쓸쓸하고 찬란하神 – 도깨비) (tvN, 2016-17) after he successfully fought against the enemies only to be killed by the king as a traitor.

In Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016), the rain ritual carried out by Wang So (Lee Joon-Gi), the fourth prince, in episode 7 took place here for example.

In Jeon Woo-chi (전우치) (KBS, 2012-13), this park represents the Country of Yuldo (율도국) founded by Hong Gil-dong after fleeing Joseon.

Also seen in Jang Young-sil: The Greatest Scientist of Joseon (장영실) (KBS1, 2016); Iljimae/Il Ji-Mae: The Phantom Thief (일지매) (SBS, 2008); The Legend/The Story of the First King’s Four Gods (태왕사신기) (MBC, 2007); Jumong/Prince of Legend/The Book of the Three Hans (삼한지-주몽 편) (MBC, 2006-07).


— [Teaser 1] “Leave your life and protect Joseon!” ([티저1] ‘목숨을 내어주고 조선을 지킨다!’) of Joseon Exorcist (Joseon Gumasa/조선구마사) (SBS, 2021) was filmed here.


— Kang Rim’s (Ha Jung-woo) Goryeo flashback scene in Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days (신과함께: 인과 연) (2018) was filmed at this park.
— In A Frozen Flower (쌍화점) (2008), this theme park served as the palace of Goryeo.

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Naju Image Theme Park [나주영상테마파크] — also known as Naju Samhanji Theme Park — is a large-scale film set that became famous with Jumong —costing nearly W20 billion to build.

It is located in Naju’s [나주시] village of Singok-ri [신곡리] in the Gongsan Township [Gongsan-myeon/공산면]; around 3 hrs by public transport from Seoul.

450 Deogeum-ro, Gongsan-myeon, Naju, Jeollanam-do, South Korea
전남 나주시 공산면 덕음로 450
(공산면 신곡리 산 2)
Geolocation: 34.979823, 126.600975

— submitted by Marion KDL; last updated 20/06/2022
Joseon Exorcist; Jeon Woo-chi; The King Loves; Iljimae; Jang Young-sil; Along With the Gods; A Frozen Flower added by Lr

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  1. Corrections/additions

    Hi it’s me Lr

    Some corrections/additions:

    I made a hangeul typo regarding Yuldo, it’s “율도국”
    And yes, just to confirm that this location was in the drama “Jeon Woo-chi”, here’s the title sequence.

    For “The King Loves” & “Frozen Flower”, this location served as the palace of Goryeo

  2. Other dramas

    Other productions that used the location.

    -Along With the Gods (신과 함께)
    -Frozen Flower (쌍화점)

    -The King Loves (왕은 사랑한다)
    -Iljimae (일지매) -> Lee Jun-ki version
    -Jang Young-sil (장영실)
    -Jeon Woo-chi (전우치) -> representing the Country of Yuldo (유도국) founded by Hong Gil-dong after fleeing Joseon

    1. Thank you very much, Lr, for these additions! 🙂

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