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Ondal Tourist Park’s filming set is used for the palace of the Goryeo princes in “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo.” Ondal Cave is a limestone cave estimated to have formed over 400 million years ago.
The filming set has been used in many historical dramas, from “Yeon Gaesomun (2009)” and “The Legend (2007)” to “Faith (2012)”, “The Flower in Prison (2016)” and more.
Visitors can freely tour the set, as well as see the costumes and props used for the actual filming.
The razor-straight cliffs and emerald waters of the lake at Pocheon Art Valley were created by the granite quarry located here in the past.
In particular, the royal palaces of the Goryeo period featured in the drama are receiving plenty of attention from the viewers, both local and overseas.
When visiting Korea, be sure you don’t miss out on these great tourist attractions and filming locations from “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo!
Cheonjuho Lake was created by spring waters and rain runoff filling up the hole created when the rock was quarried out. In addition to Cheonjuho Lake, Pocheon Art Valley facilities include Pocheon Astronomical Science Museum, outdoor theater, walking paths, a sculpture park and more.
Pocheon Art Valley is located atop a mountain with the walking paths traversing steep slopes, but using the monorail makes traveling around the site easy for all visitors.
What would a love look like between a woman from the 21st century and a man from the early first century?
If you’re curious, tune in to the recent historical TV Drama, “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo.” The drama tells the destined love story of a 21st century woman, Ko Ha-jin (played by IU, also playing Hae Soo of the Goryeo Dynasty) who is transported to the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392), where she meets and falls in love with the fourth crown prince, Wang So (played by Lee Joon-gi).