No. 86-1 – It is at the crossroad City Hall Intersection [시청교차로] at this street where Ko Dong-man (Park Seo-joon) makes the crucial decision to quit his job in episode 4 of Fight For My Way/Third-Rate My Way (쌈 마이웨이) (KBS2, 2017).
No. 152 approx. – When returning to Seoul, Michael King / Choi Kang-ta (Song Il-gook) drives down this street on his motorcycle in episode 2 of A Man Called God (신이라 불리운 사나이) (MBC, 2010).
No. 64 approx. – Mei-ri/Mary (Moon Geun-young) works at the Holly’s Café – Taepyeongro Branch [할리스 태평로점] located at the first floor of Haenam Building [해남빌딩] in Mary Stayed Out All Night/Marry Me, Mary! (메리는외박중) (KBS2, 2010).
No. 1 approx. – Kang Yong-ki (Kwon Sang-woo) and Na In-jung (Lee Yo-won) drive down this street at the height of Statue of Admiral Yi Sun Shin at Gwanghwamun Square [광화문광장] in episode 6 of Bad Love/Cruel Love (Motdoen Sarang/못된 사랑) (KBS2, 2007) on their way to visit his parents. While he fabulates about their future together and how many children they might have, she thinks to herself that he is too good for her.
Also seen in Road No. 1 (로드 넘버원) (2010).
Movies Filmed here
— Who Are You?/ A Trouble-Solving Broker (해결사) (2010)
— Jeon Woo-chi: The Taoist Wizard (전우치) (2009)
— Windstruck (내 여자 친구를 소개합니다) (2004)
— Chelsia My Love (사랑의 스잔나) (1976)
Variety Show Filmed here
— Infinite Challenge (무한도전)
OTHER LOCATIONS LOCATED ON THIS STREET
No. 40 – Sungnyemun Gate / Namdaemun Gate [숭례문 / 남대문]
No. 54-3 – Seoul Plaza [서울광장]
No. 99 – Deoksugung Palace [덕수궁/德壽宮]
No. 101 – City Hall Station [시청역] / Bus Stop City Hall Front. Deoksugung Palace [시청앞.덕수궁]
No. 110 – Seoul Plaza [서울광장] / Seoul Metropolitan Library [서울도서관]
No. 152 – Ilmin Museum of Art [일민미술관]
No. 172 – Gwanghwamun Square [광화문광장]
No. 175 – Sejong Center for the Performing Arts [세종문화회관]
No. 189 – Sejongno Park [세종로공원]
Sejong-daero [세종대로/世宗路], also known as Sejongno, is a central, 600 meters long and 100m wide street (the widest in Seul) in downtown Seoul located in Seoul’s neighborhood Sogong [Sogong-dong/소공동] in the Jung District [Jung-gu/중구]. Named after Sejong the Great/King Sejong of Joseon (조선 세종/朝鮮世宗), it connects Gyeongbokgung Palace [경복궁] in the North to Seoul Station [서울역] / Culture Station Seoul 284 [문화역서울284] in the South and several important buildings are located at this street.
Address of eastern end of Crossroad City Hall Intersection [시청교차로]
86-1 Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 중구 세종대로 86-1
(중구 태평로2가 57-1)
Geolocation: 37.563835, 126.976769
City Hall Station [시청역], Seoul Subway Line 2, Exit 8
— submitted by Marion KDL