Filming Location for Seobjikoji

  Remember the drama “All In”?

It was a hit drama starring Lee Byung Hun and Song Hye Kyo that aired at the peak of the Hallyuwave. As Korea’s most popular tourist destination, Jeju has been the site of numerous location shoots for dramas over the years. In particular, Seobjikoji, as the filming location for “All In,” attracts tourists year-round, many of them eager to see the house featured in the drama.

 

Seobjikoji means cape in the Jeju dialect – an extension of land that juts out into the sea.

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▲ Female divers (haenyeo) at workImageImage

 

▲ The “All In” house

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▲ The “All In” house

 

Cost of admission to see the house is ₩ 3,000 for adults.

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▲  Signal-fire mound

 

Historically, signal-fire mounds were installed in defense against invasions. When enemy forces came into sight, signal fires were lighted.

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▲ A popular destination for tourists
 
While Seobjikoji may not be as diverse as other tourist destinations in its offerings, it draws thousands of visitors every year because of its affiliation with the drama “All In.” Particularly for those who have seen the drama, Seobjikoji’s rugged yet pristine landscape will be a familiar and welcome sight.
 
 
Directions: At the airport, take Bus 100 to Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal. From there, take the Dongilju bus to Shinyangri-ibgu.
 
Phone: 064-782-2810
 
Address: Goseong-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, South Korea

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