Dae Jang Geum Park 용인 대장금 파크(구, 용인 MBC 드라미아)
Dae Jang Geum Park in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do is the largest historical drama set in Korea and a hallyu themed park run by Munhwa Broadcasting Company (MBC). Located at 25, Yongcheon drama-gil, Baegam-myeon, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, the theme park was built on a 2,500,000㎡ site.
Facilities in the themed park are semi-permanent facilities 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.
Popular dramas of MBC, such as "The Moon that Embraces the Sun (2012)," which made actor Kim Soo-hyun a super star, and "Gu Family Book (2013)" that starred Lee Seung-gi and Bae Suzy, were filmed at the Dae Jang Geum Park. "Dae Jang Geum (Jewel in the Palace; 2004)," a mega-hit drama that was exported to around 100 countries, was first shot in Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, but later filmed at the Dae Jang Geum Park.
In the park, you will be able to see buildings like Muryangsujeon Hall, Gyujanggak (Royal Library), Donggungjeon Palace (Crown Prince’s Palace), and Hyeminseo (Medical Institution) that appeared in the drama. You can also enjoy various things in 23 tour zones like Jeojatgeori (downtown), Pocheong (Police Bureau) & Oksa (a prison), Injeongjeon Hall, Bopyeongjeon Hall, Yeonmujang (practice ground), and more. Among them, Donggungjeon Palace was the main filming spot for the drama "Dong-Yi (2010)," and Yeonmujang is often used as a filming spot for various battle scenes. Injeongjeon Hall was used for shooting large-scale banquet scenes. For example, the coronation ceremony scene in the drama "Queen Seondeok (2009)" and the final battle scene in "The Moon that Embraces the Sun(2012)" where Hweon (Kim Su-hyun) and Yangmyeong (Jeong Il-woo) fought against traitors were all shot here. Injeongjeon Hall is a popular set for major scenes of many dramas.
Dae Jang Geum Park is a well-known filming site for movies and commercials as well as MBC dramas. It also is used by foreign broadcasting networks including NHK to shoot historical scenes about Korea.
・Maximum Occupancy : No limit
・Age limit : Open to visitors of all ages (People with reduced mobility may have difficulties touring)
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・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-31-337-3241
・Opening date : June 21, 2011
・Parking Facilities : Available
・Closed : N/A (open all year round)
・Operating Hours : March-October 09:00-18:00
* Last admission: 1 hour before closing
* Café Mia - Coffee, tea, other beverages, cookies, instant ramen and other instant food
* Mongyuhyang (court costume rental) - Drama-related souvenirs and traditional souvenirs
* Children under 4 years of age enter for free
* Groups of 20 people or more: 2,000 won discount
* Seniors (ages 65 and above) and men of national merit: 3,000 won discount
* People with a disability: 3,000 won discount (free admission for a companion)
- Open studios (sets)
* Experience facilities (Mongyuhyang)
- Costume-wearing: Try on costumes used for dramas
- Photo shoots: Take photos with characters from dramas (instant printing service available)
* Convenient facilities
- Cafes and vending machines
Facility Utilization Fees
* Take photos with mobile phones and cameras for free
Interpretation Services Offered
Reservation Info. for Foreigners
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From Yongin Bus Terminal, take Bus No. 10 to Baekam.
- Transfer to Bus No. 105 and get off at MBC Set Bus Stop.
25, Yongcheon drama-gil, Baegam-myeon, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
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