Suncheon Open Film Set [순천드라마촬영장]

Love Rain (2012); Inspiring Generation (2012); Light and Shadow (2011-12); Baker King Kim Tak-gu (2010); Giant (2010); East Of Eden (2008-9); Love and Ambition (2006); Seoul 1945 (2006)



A younger Kim Yoon-hee (Im Yoon-a) lives here in the 1970s in Love Rain (사랑비) (KBS2, 2012). We see her house in episode 4, for instance, when Seo In-ha (Jang Geun-seok) apologises for having read her diary; while she, listening from inside, is coughing blood because of her tuberculosis.

This film set was also seen in Inspiring Generation (감격시대 : 투신의 탄생) (KBS2, 2012); Light and Shadow (빛과 그림자) (MBC, 2011-12); Baker King Kim Tak-gu (제빵왕 김탁구) (KBS2, 2010); Giant (자이언트) (SBS, 2010); East of Eden (에덴의동쪽) (MBC, 2008-09); Love and Ambition (사랑과 야망) (SBS, 2006); Seoul 1945 (서울 1945) (KBS1, 2006).

Movies filmed here

Plenty of movies have also been filmed here, such as Love, Lies (해어화) (2016); Gangnam Blues/Gangnam 1970 (강남 1970) (2015); the market scenes of A Werewolf Boy (늑대소년) (2012); Bloody Shake (블러디 쉐이크) (2010) ; Sunny (님은 먼곳에) (2008); Mapado 2: Back to the Island (마파도2) (2007), among others.

Variety show filmed here

Running Man (런닝맨) (SBS, 2012 October 21 – episode 116)

MV filmed here

MONSTA X [몬스타엑스] (2016): ‘All In’ (걸어)

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Suncheon Open Film Set/Suncheon Open Film Location [순천 드라마촬영장], the largest film set in Korea, is made up of three villages that each represent a different time period from the 1950s to the 1970s.

It is located in the neighborhood of Wangjo 2(i)-dong [왕조2동] in the city of Suncheon [순천시]; around 3hrs by Seoul by public transport. This location is open to the public, and an admission fee is required to enter the set. More information can be found in English here.

Address
24 Biryegol-gil, Suncheon, Jeollanam-do
전남 순천시 비례골길 24
(조례동 23)
Geolocation: 34.957729, 127.538320

— submitted by Mich KDL
— Photos taken by © Mich KDL, November 2017



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  1. Inquiry

    Is this open for public?

    1. hello Mariz! thanks for checking. yes – this place is certainly open to the public! we’ve updated the listing with some extra information. do note that an admission fee of 3,000 won applies to each adult! hope this helps and enjoy your trip, if you’re planning to go there 🙂

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