For anyone who has caught up with Extraordinary Attorney Woo on Netflix, episodes 13 and 14 have been a rollercoaster of emotions. However, despite the admittedly tear-jerking moments that lay the ground for its upcoming finale, the backdrop for its scenes couldn’t be more idyllic. We’re talking about Jeju Island here!
In the first part of The Blue Night of Jeju, Young-woo (Park Eun Bin) takes on a case to defend a man charged an admission fee to a cultural heritage site on Jeju Island, despite not actually entering it. While we won’t divulge the gritty details of the episodes, the case leads Young-woo, her colleagues, and friends on a business trip to the famous South Korean island.
Throughout the two episodes, the characters are spotted at notable sights, including the Saeyeongyo Bridge and Sindo Port. But as most travelers know, after a day’s worth of sightseeing–even on a business trip–you’ll need a welcoming place to kick your feet up. So where exactly did they stay?
LOOK: The exact hotel where "Extraordinary Attorney Woo" characters stayed on Jeju Island
Located at Seogwipo on Jeju Island, hotel and pension house Sanar Vivienda officially confirmed it on Instagram!
Sanar Vivienda has two options for rooms: Grand A and Grand B. Grand A can house a maximum of 10 people, while Grand B can host 12. A one-night stay during off-peak season will cost 1,000,000 Korean won (about P42,700). The peak season from December to February, on the other hand, is priced at 1,300,000 Korean won (about P55,600).
You can also find nearby tourist spots around the hotel, such as the Citrus Museum, the art-filled Lee Jung Seop Street, and several natural sights. If you’re interested in booking it for your next Jeju visit Hanbada style, you can learn more through Sanar Vivienda’s website!
Address: 243 Bomokpo-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju Island
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