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Your Life Too Busan? Arouse Your Seoul By Living Your K-Drama Fantasies at These 6 Places in Korea!

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Have you ever compared your life to a K-Drama series? Of course, in comparison, our lives seem a bit mundane, don’t you think? Just like in K-Dramas though, we can all take some inspo to find a little bit of passion every now and then. You know, a little bit of heart, and most importantly, some ‘Seoul’!

Well, if you’re looking for that little bit of spark, why not recreate your favourite K-Drama moments at these awe-inspiring places in South Korea this end of the year? If you’re unsure what to do there, fret not, we’ve got you covered with activities to look forward to. After all, what can be more romantic than a Korean winter, right?

 

Seoul

1. The gorgeous Jumunjin Beach

 

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While this place isn’t exactly in Seoul, it’s close enough for you to stop by to dip your feet and just relax and recuperate by the salty ocean water. For all you K-pop fans, this is where the iconic BTS Bus Stop photo was taken from the album “You Never Walk Alone”.

What to expect:

  • Clear, calm and shallow ocean waters; perfect for you to splash around and relax in.
  • Extremely blue waters, ideal for that perfect Instagram shot.
  • Extremely fine and soft beach sand that you can probably take a nap on.

 

2. Wolmido Island Theme Park

 

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Located on Wolmido Island near Seoul, this theme park is featured in one the most famous K-Dramas in recent time, Descendants of the Sun!

What to expect:

  • A popular amusement park complex; the park has various rides such as the 70-metre high Hyper Shoot Drop, Tagada Disco and more!
  • It also features a large indoor children’s playground that includes water rides and a 4D room.
  • Besides “Descendants of the Sun”, it is also featured in K-Dramas such as “We Got Married”, “Two Days and One Night” and the ever so popular “Running Man”!

 

 

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Busan

1. Dalma Ji-Gil

 

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Romance is always on the menu for K-Dramas and there’s no better location to portray it than at Busan’s Dalma Ji-Gil Road!

What to expect: 

  • Stunning views of the blue ocean and white sand fields.
  • Camellia and Pine tree forests that make it one of the most scenic places in Busan!
  • Its name literally translates to “taking in the moon” and this is a famous spot to enjoy a romantic date at night.

 

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2. Gamcheon

 

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Nicknamed the Machu Picchu of Busan, Gamcheon has been featured numerous times in various K-Dramas and TV shows, most notably in “Running Man”.

What to expect: 

  • Colourful terrace houses that are built across the hilly landscapes of a coastal mountain.
  • Back in 2009, Gamcheon was given a makeover by local students who turned this place into a vibrant hub of street art and local crafts!
  • Must-see attractions when you’re there are the Lego-shaped houses, quirky trendy cafes and galleries!

 

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Jeju Island

1. Seopjikoji

 

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Located on the eastern shore of Jeju Island, the beautiful shore landscapes of Seopjikoji has made it the perfect filming site for various K-Dramas!

What to expect:

  • “Gingko Bed”, “The Uprising”, “One Thousand and One Nights” are some of the K-Dramas that shot their series here!
  • One of the main attractions is the Seopjikoji Lighthouse, which is located on top of a hill with a sweeping view over the ocean.
  • There is also a white building nearby that has been featured in a few K-Dramas such as “All In” and “Orange Marmalade”.

 

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2. Seongsan Ilchulbong (Seongsan Sunrise Peak)

 

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Located on the eastern side of Jeju Island, this picturesque peak often appears on K-Dramas such as “Warm and Cosy” starring Yu Yeon Seok and Kang Sora.

What to expect: 

  • A magnificent sunrise view that is unmatched anywhere else!
  • People come from all over the world to hike to this peak that is surrounded by exquisite views of nature.
  • Marvel at the picturesque landscape of the wide sapphire blue ocean, a colourful township and green rolling fields for grass!

 

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3. Visit the cafe designed by G-Dragon

 

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Known as ‘Untitled, 2017‘, this cafe designed by G-Dragon is located across the main entrance of well known global company YG Entertainment’s YG Republique. This place incorporates so much of the latest K-styles that you just cannot miss, especially if you consider yourself K-pop fan!

What to expect:

  • A diverse menu offering plenty of food, drinks, alcohol, pastries, cakes and other delectable desserts.
  • Tons of G-Dragon merchandise and memorabilia to look through.
  • A spacious and relaxing space to enjoy a cuppa.

Address: 38, Shinhwayeoksa-ro 304 bun-gil, Andeok-myeon Seogwipo-si, Jeju.

 

Okay, we’re not gonna lie, these places look AMAZING! I can already picture myself in a K-Drama just by going through the pictures alone!

If you’re like me and are itching to go for your own K-Drama getaway already, then worry not!

Lucky for us, AirAsia X flies from KL to Seoul EIGHTEEN times a week and from just RM399 for AirAsia BIG members!

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Live your K-Drama fantasies now with AirAsia X starting from only RM399! Book now until 25 November 2018 for a travel period between now and 5 May 2019!

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