Stone Hill [스톤힐]
This is seen as the exterior of Jang Joon-woo/Jang Han-seok’s (Ok Taec-yeon from 2PM) house in Vincenzo (빈센조) (tvN/Netflix, 2021) — as seen in episode 18, when he runs down the stone staircase after being attacked by intruders.
Variety Show Filmed Here
— Episode 1 of Youn’s Stay/Youn Stay (윤스테이) (tvN, 2021) (cast members’ first meeting over a meal)
Established in 1993, Seokparang [석파랑/石坡廊] is a Korean table d’hote restaurant located in Seoul’s neighborhood Hongji [Hongji-dong/홍지동] —administered by the neighborhood Buam [Buam-dong/부암동]— in the Jongno District [Jongno-gu/종로구].
This Korean restaurant consists of two meaningful buildings: ‘Bonchae [본채]’, which was where the birthplace of Empress Sunjeong was moved to from Okin-dong; and ‘Byeolchae [별채]’, part of the villa ‘Seokpajeong’ (석파정/石坡亭) owned by 19th century Regent of Joseon Heungseon Daewongun — of which ‘Seokpa’ was his penname. It is designated as Seoul Tangible Cultural Heritage No. 23. Originally collected in the same space by traditional calligrapher Sohn Jae-hyung (1903-1981), the buildings were eventually bought over from their descendants by Seokparang’s owner Kim Joo-won in 1989.
Stone Hill [스톤힐], which has the tagline ‘Italian dining with a view’, is an affiliated Italian restaurant that has been in operation since before or around 2014.
In 2019, the Seokparang Art Hall was established in this complex.
309 Jahamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 종로구 자하문로 309
Geolocation (Seokparang): 37.599320, 126.958723
Geolocation (Stone Hill): 37.598810, 126.958904
Hongje Station [홍제역], Seoul Subway Line 3, Exit 1 or 2
(prepare for a long walk or take a bus or taxi from here)
— submitted by Mich KDL