From springtime blooms to K-Drama settings, Korea offers an enchanting journey

It's springtime in Korea

Korea Tourism invites GCC travellers to discover the country’s vibrant blooms of spring that commences with a burst of vivid magenta and yellow blooms, culminating in the delicate hues of pink blossoms. 
From the delicate petals of cherry blossoms adorning ancient streets to the picturesque landscapes that have set the stage for some of the favourite K-Drama moments, this adventure promises an unforgettable exploration of Korea's cultural richness and seasonal charm, it said.
K-Drama Locations
The K-drama filming locations are imbued with the magic of storytelling. From bustling city streets pulsating with life to serene countryside landscapes, each location serves as a character in its own right, captivating viewers and igniting a desire to experience the allure first-hand. 
Embark on a journey through the picturesque settings that have captured the hearts of millions, and let the magic of K-dramas inspire your next adventure, a statement said.
Dae Jang Geum Park
Dae Jang Geum Park is the largest historical drama set of MBC in Korea, featuring various architectural sets reconstructed from different historical periods. 
The park includes facilities such as the Dae Jang Geum Memorial Set, Mangyeongjeon Hall, Gyujanggak Library, Donggungjeon Palace, and the Inspection Department. 
It has served as the filming location for famous TV series like "Jumong," "Lee San, Wind of the Palace," and "The Great Queen Seondeok," as well as movies such as "The Face Reader" and "The Treacherous." 
Visitors can immerse themselves in history at the royal costume experience room, where they can wear traditional costumes and take photos on the various sets. Additionally, they can enjoy their time at the herbal teahouse and souvenir shops.
Jirisan Taegojae (Jeongilpum Farm)
Located on a hill overlooking Gaepyeong Hanok Village, this place is popular as it serves as a filming location for many movies and dramas, including "Mr. Sunshine (2018)”.
It is a unique traditional hanok (traditional Korean house) complex with tile-roofed houses and thatched houses, presenting guests with a quiet night stay at hanok. 
It consists of Jeongilpum, Traditional Room, Hakseondang, and Chwiundang, with a total of 10 rooms. In particular, thatched houses are a traditional architectural form that is difficult to find elsewhere, so staying over at least once is recommended. It is also famous for its Korean table d’hote restaurant. 
The traditional Korean food made with seasonal ingredients is served only to in-house guests. – TradeArabia News Service