Ban Ha-ni (Choi Gang-hee) and Oh Ji-eun (Kim Yu-mi) renew their friendship as 37-year olds on an afternoon out at this park in episode 16 of Hello, Me!/안녕? 나야! (KBS2, 2021).
JungNang sports climbing complex
Baek Joo-ran (Lee Yoon-ji) come here on a rock climbing date with Kang Chul-nam (Lee Ha-yul) in episode 6 of The Third Charm / The 3rd Charm (제3의 매력) (JTBC, 2018).
Yongma Falls Park/Yongma Waterfall Park [용마폭포공원], colloqually known as Yongpok [용폭], is a public municipal park at the feet of Yongma Mountain [용마산/龍馬山] where the artificial Yongma Waterfall — the tallest waterfall —in eastern Seoul can be found. It is located in Seoul’s neighborhood Myeonmok [Myeonmok-dong/면목동] in the Jungnang District [Jungnang-gu/중랑구].
The park was established in 1991 under the name Yongmasan Park [용마산공원] or Yongma Park [용마공원] in an abandoned quarry that was operated by Seoul Metropolitan Government. Aside from the climbing rock wall, it also has other sports facilities, along with a garden that serves as a resting place for visitors, a waterfall plaza, and an observation deck.
The 30m square round concrete structure seen in the background in Hello, Me! is a public art piece titled ‘Oval Headquarters (타원본부)’ by artist Jeong Ji-hyun (정지현), who won the Seoul Metropolitan Government first ‘Public Art Citizen Idea Implementation Project (공공미술 시민아이디어 구현 프로젝트)’. The art work was inaugurated on October 12th, 2019.
250-12, Yongmasan-ro, Jungnang-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 중랑구 용마산로 250-12
Geolocation: 37.573439, 127.090133
Geolocation of climbing complex: 37.573742, 127.090964
Yongmasan Station [용마산역], Seoul Subway Line 7, Exit 2
(6 min. walk)
— submitted by Mich KDL
— Hello, Me! added by Marion KDL