|Suncheon Open Film Set|
|This open film set is located in Jorye-dong, Suncheon. It consists of three villages each representing a different era from the 1950s to the 1970s. It has approximately 200 houses and is the largest film set in Korea. The realistic sets bring about memories of people’s youth, while younger visitors can learn about Korea’s history. It therefore attracts a large number of families.
The streets of Suncheon in the 1950s have been perfectly recreated. There are the major theater, Jeil Brewery, and the fire station. In the 60s and 70s film sets, visitors can view scenes from Seoul’s history, such as daldongne (residential towns for poor families in uphill areas of Seoul) and shopping streets from the city’s outskirts.
Inside the film set, visitors can enter into the spirit of the place by eating buchimgae (pan-fried foods) and dotorimuk (acorn gelatin) at a traditional open Korean tavern, and it’s fun to look for the houses that were featured in some of Korea’s most popular dramas. In the spring, the Woldeung orchard with its outdoor film has beautiful apricot and peach blossoms in the spring.
|N/A (Open all year round)|
250 won per 1hr / 1,000 won for a day
Small cars: 500 won per 1hr / 2,000 won for a day
Large-sized cars: 1,500 won per 1hr / 4,000 won for a day
* Group: 20 people or more
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Interpretation Services Offered|
|English, Japanese, Chinese
* Reservations required.
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|Take an intercity
bus from Seoul Central City Bus Terminal to Suncheon.
From Suncheon Intercity Bus Terminal, take bus 77, 99 or 777.
Get off at Suncheon Open Film Set.