K-dramas have swooned our generation away like nothing else. From the stories to the cinematography, it’s all love. While watching these dramas, you might yearn to be a part of the enchanting world they portray. Well, there’s one way to feel like the main character of a K-drama – by visiting the beautiful places featured in your favourite K-dramas. These locations are as pleasing to the eyes as they are to the heart. So, what do you say? Are you ready to be teleported to your favourite scenes? Put on some K-pop and prepare a bowl of Shin Ramyun, K-drama lovers, because we are about to explore ten places in South Korea featured in K-dramas and are a must-visit for any fan.
10 Places in South Korea Featured in K-Dramas that’ll teleport you to your favourite K-drama scenes:
Namsan Tower (Seoul) – “My Love from the Star”
Episode: 21-22, Scene: The iconic “locking of love” scene
Best Time to Visit: Anytime, but evening visits offer a stunning night view of Seoul.
Bukchon Hanok Village (Seoul) – “Reply 1988”
Episode: 1-20, Scene: The neighbourhood where the characters lived and shared their lives
Best Time to Visit: Spring and autumn, when the weather is pleasant and the foliage is beautiful.