778-1 Yongcheon-ri Baegam-myeon Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si Gyeonggi-do


Opening hours

March-October 09:00-18:00
November-February 09:00-17:00


Dae Jang Geum Park in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do is the largest historical drama set in Korea. Facilities in the themed park are semi-permanent facilities that reflected the architectural style, lifestyle, and culture of the past, based on historical records. The facilities are in great harmony with the surrounding natural landscapes, which makes tourists feel as if they have traveled to the past in a time machine. The park has also been used as a filming site for music videos, documentaries, and commercials.

Filming site for MBC dramas like Flower in Prison, Scholar Who Walks the Night, Hwajung, Shine or Go Crazy, Diary of a Night Watchman, Triangle, King’s Daughter- Soo Baek Hyang, Jeong Yi, the Goddess of Fire, Gu Family Book, Guam Heo Jun, The Moon that Embraces the Moon, Jumong, Queen Seondeok, Yi San, Dong Yi, The Duo, Gyebaek, God of War, Dr. Jin, Arang and the Magistrate, Horse Doctor, etc.

If you are a K-pop fan, it is a must for you to visit. This is where BTS’s member Suga shot his MV Daechitwa.


Admission fees:

Adults 9,500 won / Middle & high school students 8,000 won / Ages 4 years – elementary school students 7,000 won
* Children under 4 years of age enter for free
* Discount rate applies to group visitors and senior citizens (ID required).

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