Yongin Daejanggeum Park
Yongin Daejanggeum Park (Korean: 용인 대장금 파크; lit. Yongin Dae Jang Geum Park), previously known as MBC Dramia (Korean: MBC 드라미아), is an outdoor film set owned by Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation in the city of Yongin in Gyeonggi province, South Korea.
|Location||Yongin, Gyeonggi, South Korea|
|Owner||Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation|
|Opened||June 21, 2011|
|Previous names||MBC Dramia (MBC 드라미아)|
|Area||2,500,000 square metres (250 ha)|
Built in 2005, the site comprises a total area of 2,500,000 m², out of which actual sets take up 165,000 m². The complex features permanent sets imitating buildings from the Samguk, Goryeo and Joseon periods, and functions as an interactive center for hallyu. Its name MBC Dramia was created from the words "drama" and "utopia". Several historical drama series like Moon Embracing the Sun, Dong Yi and Queen Seondeok were shot there.
The complex was opened to visitors and tourists in June 21, 2011 for the first time. Recently in 2015, it was renamed to its current name Yongin Daejanggeum Park, based on the titular character of MBC's 2003 historical drama Dae Jang Geum for promotional reasons.
Series filmed at Yongin MBC Daejanggeum ParkEdit
The following TV series were shot at Yongin MBC Daejanggeum Park:
- Shin Don (2005)
- Jumong (2006)
- Yi San (2007)
- Queen Seondeok (2009)
- Dong Yi (2010)
- The Duo (2011)
- Gyebaek (2011)
- Moon Embracing the Sun (2012)
- Mooshin (??) (2012)
- Dr. Jin (2012)
- Arang and the Magistrate (2012)
- The King's Doctor (2012)
- Hur Jun, The Original Story (2013)
- Gu Family Book (2013)
- Goddess of Fire (2013)
- The King's Daughter, Soo Baek-hyang (2014)
- Empress Ki (2014)
- Triangle (2014)
- The Night Watchman's Journal (2014)
- Shine or Go Crazy (2015)
- Splendid Politics (2015)
- Scholar Who Walks the Night (2015)
- Splash Splash Love (2015)
- Jang Yeong-sil (2016)
- Flower of Prison (2016)
- The Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People (2017)
- The Emperor: Owner of the Mask (2017)
- The King in Love (2017)
- The Crowned Clown (2019)
- Haechi (2019)
- Extraordinary You (2019)
- My Country (2019)
- Stray Kids - “Double Knot (English Ver.)” Performance Video (2020)
- Agust D (BTS' Suga) - Daechwita (2020)
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- "Dramas Shot in Dramia". MBC Dramia. Retrieved 2016-01-17.
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