LOOK: This K-Drama Tour By A Blogger Will Make You Say “Daebak!”


K-Drama fans will be clutching onto their hearts with this story. Lots of fans have “Go to South Korea” somewhere on their Bucket Lists. Going to famous buildings, coffee shops, and even public bathhouses featured in K-Dramas is probably a dream.

Blogger Ana Gonzales just gave us a glimpse of what it means to fulfill this ultimate K-Drama dream.

Ana shares about her latest trip to South Korea where she was able to visit the sets and locations where famous K-Drama scenes were shot.

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Here are some of her pictures:

Kdrama Tour goblin housePhoto by Ana Gonzales

Ana was able to visit the Goblin house, but she shares that she wasn’t able to go inside because there was apparently an on-going construction.

Kdrama Tour 3Photo by Ana Gonzales

Here she is at the house of Lee Min Ho’s character in Legend of the Blue Sea. Ana even hilariously shared that she intentionally touched the house’s doorknob “coz Lee Min Ho.” Who wouldn’t touch that doorknob, amirite?!

Kdrama Tour 4Photo by Ana Gonzales

Ana also checked out the famous Bok Chicken from Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo. She shares that she was so kilig to be inside the actual location for the famous K-Drama. Unfortunately, she was unable to taste any of the food.

Still, Ana considers this as her favorite location. She shares with WhenInManila.com that although she didn’t get to try the food, it gave her a reason to come back!

Kdrama Tour 5Photo by Ana Gonzales

Ana also didn’t miss the opportunity to get her caffeine fix from Dal.Komm Coffee which has been featured in many K-Dramas such as Descendants of The Sun.

Kdrama Tour 2Photo by Ana Gonzales

Of course, what trip would it be without a stop for pasalubongs? Ana shares this spot where fans can buy loads of K-Drama and K-Pop merchandise.

Just look at the number of souvenirs in just one corner–with faces of pretty much all our Korean crushes! It looks like heaven to me.

Ana shares that she felt very accomplished whenever she arrived at a certain location–especially with language barriers and the inaccuracy of some addresses.

Ana gives some tips to those who’d want to follow her footsteps (literally) and go on a K-Drama tour of their own:

1) Plan your route, make sure to note places that are near each other or are on the same line [to] save time.
2) Wear comfortable shoes, as this tour requires SO MUCH walking.
3) Utilize Google Maps + having pocket internet connection like flytpack helps in you navigation.”

I’m bookmarking this for the future! Daebak, indeed!

Which K-Drama location would you want to visit? Let us know in the comments below!

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