Jeonju Film Studio Complex 전주영화종합촬영소
Opened in April 2008 in Sangnim-dong, Jeonju-si, Jeonju Film Studio Complex consists of a large indoor studio two-stories high with a basement level, and several ornate outdoor sets over a sprawling 56,900㎡ (186,700 ft). Auxiliary facilities include a set construction room, staff room, dressing room, art/prop room, and lounge. The indoor studio in particular is considered to be the best site to film special effects in Korea for its 17-meter (56 ft) high ceiling and water pressure control facilities, used for making natural rain scenes. The Jeonju Film Studio Complex is the first studio in Korea to be established by local government, and is equipped with adjustable outdoor sets. Many popular Korean films have been recorded here, including Ssanghwajeom (2008), Private Eye (2009), Jeonuchi (2009), The Unjust (2010), Battlefield Heroes (2010), and My Way (2011).
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From Jeonju Intercity/Express Bus Terminal, take a taxi to Jeonju Film Studio Complex.
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125-14, Wonsangrim-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
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