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Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)

  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
  • Hapcheon Image Theme Park (합천영상테마파크)
Address
757, Hapcheonhosu-ro, Yongju-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
Type
Parks
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-55-930-3752~5,
+82-55-930-3744,
+82-55-930-3743 (Nighttime)
Homepage
theme.hc.go.kr (Korean only)
  • Information
    Introduction


    The Hapcheon Image Theme Park became a major tourist attraction after the release of Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War (2004), and has continued to increase in popularity following the filming of additional movies and dramas within the park. Well-known films and soap operas include Seoul 1945, Fighter in the Wind, Gyeongseong Scandals, Meeting Plaza, Dachimawa Lee, Modern Boy and East of Eden. The park is one of the largest film and television studio sets in Korea.

    The theme park is located in Gahori, Yongju-myeon (Hapcheon) and covers an area of over 231,406.00㎡. It is divided into two main sets separately owned by the major broadcasting companies KBS and MBC. The section owned by KBS houses reproductions of Seoul landmarks such as Seoul Station, Chosun Governor-General Office, and the Bando Hotel, as they appeared from the 1930s to the 1960s. MBC’s set focuses mainly on reproductions of streets from Sogong-dong, Seoul from the 1970s and 80s. A walk around this major filming location will transport visitors back into the Seoul of yore, a Seoul vastly different from the one people know and love today.

    After a set is used for a film or a soap opera, the City of Hapcheon remodels and displays it as a type of exhibit, chronicling the area’s anthropologic development. In the future, the city plans to expand exhibits to include a facility where visitors can view a collection of historic military pieces.
     



    Telephone
    +82-55-930-3752~5

    Operating Hours
    9:00-18:00

    Admission Fees
    Individuals - Adults 5,000 won / Students & Children 3,000 won / Seniors (ages 65 or more) & People with disabilities (lvl. 4 or higher) 2,500 won
    Groups - Adults 3,000 won / Students & Children 2,000 won / Seniors (ages 65 or more) & People with disabilities (lvl. 4 or higher) 1,500 won

    * Free admission (proof required): People with disabilities (lvl. 1-3), Children (ages 6 or younger), etc.

    Available Facilities
    Filming set (40 sites), agricultural and specialty product sales market, restaurant, etc.

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