|Yongin MBC Dramia was co-created by Munhwa Broadcasting Company (MBC) and Yongin Municipal Office in August 2005. Located in Yongcheong-ri, Baekam-myeon, Yongin-si, MBC Dramia is an open set that measures a total of 29,421m² (8,900 pyeong).
Different from other drama sets, Dramia has been re-created based on historical records and very accurately reflects the structures and culture of ancient times. Dramia has served as the filming location for hugely popular Korean historical dramas such as “Jumong," “Queen Seon-deok,” “Isan,” and “Dong Yi.” Currently, public access is restricted; the reopening date has yet to be determined.
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|March-October: 10:00-18:00 (last admission: 17:00)
November-February: 10:00-17:00 (last admission: 16:00)
7,000 won / Group 5,000 won
Youths: Individual 6,000 won / Group 4,000 won
Children: Individual 5,000 won / Group 3,000 won
* Group: 20 people or more
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Separate restrooms, parking spaces|
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
Intercity Bus Terminal, take bus 10-4, 94 or 94-1.
Get off at Baekam Terminal and transfer to bus 35-1.
Get off at Yongcheon (용천) and walk 600m.
From Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Baekam Terminal.
Take bus 35-1 or a taxi to MBC Dramia.