Yongin Daejanggeum Park
Yongin Daejanggeum Park (hangul: 용인 대장금 파크), previously known as MBC Dramia (hangul: MBC 드라미아) is an outdoor film set owned by Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation and the city of Yongin in Gyeonggi province, South Korea. Built in 2005, it was opened to tourists in 2011 for the first time. It comprises a total area of 2,500,000 m², out of which actual sets take up 165,000 m². Its current name was based on the titular character of MBC's 2003 hit drama, while the previous one was created from the words "drama" and "utopia". Series like Moon Embracing the Sun, Dong Yi and Queen Seondeok were shot here. The complex features permanent sets imitating buildings from the Korean Three Kingdoms, Goryeo and Joseon, and functions as an interactive center for hallyu.
Series filmed at Yongin MBC Daejanggeum Park
The following TV series were shot at Yongin MBC Daejanggeum Park:
- Jang Yeong-sil (2016)
- Splash Splash Love (2015)
- Scholar Who Walks the Night (2015)
- Splendid Politics (2015)
- Shine or Go Crazy (2015)
- The Night Watchman's Journal (2014)
- Triangle (2014)
- Empress Ki (2014)
- The King's Daughter, Soo Baek-hyang (2014)
- Goddess of Fire (2013)
- Gu Family Book (2013)
- Hur Jun, The Original Story (2013)
- The King's Doctor (2012)
- Arang and the Magistrate (2012)
- Dr. Jin (2012)
- Mooshin (무신) (2012)
- Moon Embracing the Sun (2012)
- Gyebaek (2011)
- The Duo (2011)
- Dong Yi (2010)
- Queen Seondeok (2009)
- Yi San (2007)
- Jumong (2006)
- Shin Don (2005)
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