Noh Da-hyun (Moon Ga-young) lives on the second floor of this building in Link: Eat, Love, Kill (링크: 먹고 사랑하라, 죽이게) (tvN, 2022) — as seen in episode 1.
Park Castle 94 [파크캐슬9] is a commercial and residential building located in Seoul’s neighborhood Neung [Neung-dong/능동] in the Gwangjin District [Gwangjin-gu/광진구]; just north of Children’s Grand Park [서울어린이대공원].
Built in 2020, this new grey-brick building was built in place of a two-storey red-brick residential building. The street name that this building sits on was recently seemingly adapted to its current name in December 2019.
Please note that the building appears as ‘Park Castle 9’ [파크캐슬9] on Naver Maps. We’ve decided to refer here to the name inscribed on the building, which appears to have changed to ‘Park Cast 94’ in 2022.
94 Cheonho-daero 116-gil, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 광진구 천호대로116길 94
Geolocation: 37.552636, 127.081411
▶ Gunja (Neung-dong) Station [군자역], Seoul Subway Line 5 and 7, Exit 6
(10 min. walk)
▶ Children’s Grand Park Station [어린이대공원역],, Seoul Subway Line 7, Exit 1
(12 min. walk)
— submitted by Marion KDL based on this blog entry, 15/06/2022