Ttukseom Hangang Park Waterfront Stage [뚝섬한강공원 수변무대]
Han Ki-taek (Jeon Jae-hong) comes to this park with his daughters the morning after he got drunk at a bar in episode 4 of Why Her/Why Oh Soo-jae (Wae Osujaeinga/왜 오수재인가) (SBS, 2022). This is where Oh Soo-jae (Seo Hyun-jin) finds him and proposes him a deal.
Rock Climbing Wall [뚝섬한강공원 인공암벽장]
Yeo Jin-wook (Yoon Hyun-min) brings Ma Yi-deum (Jung Ryeo-won) to rock climb at this park to cheer her up —though also much to her chagrin— in episode 7 of Witch’s Court/Witch at Court (마녀의 법정) (KBS2, 2017).
Also seen in Secret Garden (Sikeurit Gadeun/시크릿 가든) (SBS, 2010-11).
Ttukseom Culture Complex J-Bug
Yoon So-rim (Joy from Red Velvet) falls for Kang Han-kyeol (Lee Hyun-woo) in front of this complex at first sight (when he borrows her phone to record an idea for a song) in episode 1 of The Liar and His Lover / Lovely Love Lie (그녀는 거짓말을 너무 사랑해) (tvN, 2017). She comes back here in episode 2 with her band hoping that she’ll meet him again.
In Rooftop Prince/Attic Prince (옥탑방 왕세자) (SBS, 2012), this is Park Ha’s (Han Ji-min) way to work. We see her here in episode 7 going to work while the boys catch up. Park Ha and Yong Tae-yong (Park Yoo-chun) are back here on a date in episode 15.
WEB DRAMA FILMED HERE
Game designer Jang Jae-young (Park Seo-ham) regularly comes here to skate and hang out with friends in Semantic Error (시맨틱 에러) (Watcha, 2022) — as seen in episode 1 and 5.
VARIETY SHOW FILMED HERE
— Final episode 8 of Twogether (투게더) (Netflix, 2020), featuring singer/actor Lee Seung-gi and Taiwanese actor Jasper Liu
Waterside Stage [뚝섬한강공원 수변무대]
MV FILMED HERE
— PSY (싸이): ‘Gangnam Style (강남스타일)’ (with Hyuna) (2012)
Variety show filmed here
The 11.5km long Ttukseom Han River Park [뚝섬한강공원] is located in Seoul’s neighborhood Jayang [Jayang-dong/자양동] in the Gwangjin District [Gwangjin-gu/광진구]. It is part of the larger Hangang Park [한강공원] system, which is made up of 12 parks in total, built between 1982 and 1986. It also consists of Gwangnaru Park, Jamsil Park, Yanghwa Park, Jamwon Park, Ichon Park, Banpo Park, Mangwon Park, Yeouido Park, Nanji Park, Gangseo Park, and Seonyudo Park. Since 2007, Hangang Park has been gradually redeveloped under the ‘Hangang Renaissance Project‘ (한강르네상스 사업), with an intended completion in 2030.
This location was selected in 2012 as one of 100 regular filming locations for movies and dramas by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Seoul Film Council, and featured in the brochure The Places In Seoul Cinema Fell in Love With (영화가 사랑한 서울 촬영지 100선).
Ttukseom Culture Complex J-Bug [뚝섬 전망문화콤플렉스], which opened in April 2010, is a three-story culture complex located in this park; right next to Cheongdam Bridge [청담대교]. Because of its shape, it is sometimes also called Jabollae Observatory [자벌레전망대] after a same-named Korean insect.
Address of Park
139 Gangbyeon Expressway, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 광진구 강변북로 139
Address of Ttukseom Culture Complex J-Bug
68 Gangbyeon Expressway, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 광진구 강변북로 68
Geolocation: 37.530039, 127.065208
Ttukseom Resort Station [뚝섬유원지역], Seoul Subway Line 7, Exit 3
— submitted by Marion KDL, updated by Mich KDL; last updated 14/06/2022