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Recreate Your Favorite K-Drama Scenes in Seoul
11 Jun 2017PLACESBY SweetEscape

You don’t need to be a die-hard K-drama fan to know that these popular soaps are all the rage worldwide. The combination of breathtaking panorama, heart-melting ambiance, fabulous wardrobe, and juicy romance between the doe-eyed beauty and the charming prince, is everything that us girls wish for at least once in our life.

The good news for you is, these iconic K-drama scenes are usually a part of attraction in any South Korea tourism. This means that you can make your K-dream come true at last! Check out our 5 iconic K-drama scenes you simply have to recreate during your traveling photography there :

Get back to the root of Korean history

No girl should miss out the chance to re-enact the scene from Korean period dramas. Think of Moon Embracing the Moon or Dae Jang Geum where the superb wardrobe has stolen the hearts of many K-drama fans.


Visit the famous Korean Folk Village or Gyeongbokgung Palace which is one of the best tourism spots in Seoul and experience the ancient part of Korean dynasty and its magnificent remnants. Your photography session will be even more memorable if you rent a hanbok to wear. Pretend you are Hwang Jini and get into her seductive spirit of being one of the most beautiful characters in Korean history.

Shoot your own K-love story

Unrecruited love, forbidden affairs, endless romance - those are just some of the must-have plots in any K-drama. Thanks to the rising popularity of Nami Island, now you recreate your own Snowman scene from the legendary Winter Sonata.


There’s no need to wipe your tears ala Kang Joon-sang and Jeong Yoo-Jin in Namisun of Winter Sonata, because you can rejoice in your own happily ever after with your loved ones.

Have some mouth-watering K-street food

If there’s anything that’s more enticing to us when watching K-drama than the handsome main characters, it’s definitely the street food paradise. The foods don’t just look amazing and delicious, but it’s irresistibly cute too!


Don’t wait till hunger strike and march down to your nearest food stalls where you can enact your own tasty k-food drama. Just like Gu Jun Pyo in Boys Over Flower or Joo Ji Hoon in Princess Hour, we think you’ll be genuinely surprised at the fish sticks from street vendor to the tteokbokki on the sidewalk.

Sip a cuppa latte ala Descendants of the Sun

The K-drama that took the world by storm shoot many scenes in one charming cafe called dal.komm Coffee. But this is just one cafe that begs for attention in the K-drama world. There are in fact many other restaurants and pretty cafes that you need to visit and experience for yourself when in Seoul.

Enjoy the Scene of the Scenic City

The breathtaking panorama of Seoul City is also a big part of most K-dramas. From the towering skyscrapers, the modern bridges, to the hilly streets and famous markets, that all depict the beauty of this urban metropolitan.


Now you have all the inspirations, don't be hesitate to let us know what kind of K-drama scenes you'd like to recreate and we're going to make it memorable!