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8 Must-Visit Filming Locations If You Loved the K-Drama "Flower of Evil"

Make sure to bookmark these for your next trip to Korea!
8 Must-Visit Filming Locations If You Loved the K-Drama "Flower of Evil"
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Make sure to bookmark these for your next trip to Korea!

Missing Flower of Evil? Us, too! To cope with our severe Lee Joon Gi withdrawals, we rounded up a few of the series’ most memorable filming sites to bookmark for when it’s a-okay to travel again. Planning your future South Korea itinerary? Check out the list below and be sure to include these K-drama-approved spots!

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1. Cafe.Fun

Where you saw it: After picking her daughter up from school, Baek Hee-seong takes his daughter Eun-ha to this cafe for egg tarts. The cafe itself was established in 2018 and is made up of two floors.

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Location: 73 Seokhogongwon-ro, Sa 1(il)-dong, Sangnok-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do

2. Seogang Bridge

Where you saw it: While on their way to his birthday party, Hee-seong drives across this bridge with Ji-won and Eun-ha onboard. Aside from Flower of Evil, over 40 K-dramas have filmed on Seogang Bridge including Record of Youth, The King: Eternal Monarch, Love Alarm, What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, and Legend of the Blue Sea.

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3. Jaha Super

Where you saw it: Ji-won and Hee-seong first meet in front of this store, which is run by Ji-won’s mother Moon Young-ok.

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Location: 57 Jahamun-ro 42-gil, Sinyeong-dong, Jongno-gu

4. Barment

Where you saw it: Do Min-seok and Hee-seong have a chat at this pub on the same night of Jung Mi-sook’s abducting. The original pub’s name is a combination of 'bar' and 'garment' since it doubles as both a clothing alteration shop and a bourbon and whiskey bar.

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Location: 140-8 Donggyo-ro, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

5. Muldwinda

Where you saw it: Do Hyun-soo, Kim Moo-jin, and Do Hae-soo meet up at this restaurant and makgeoli bar for dinner during episode 16. It’s also the same scene where Hae-soo announces her plans to study overseas.

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Location: 43 Kyonggidae-ro, Chungjeongno 3(sam)ga, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul  

6. Beijing Garden

Where you saw it: Owned by Nam Soon-gil in the series, the deserted resto is where he’s stabbed to death by an ominous figure wearing a black coat, right after he reads an article written by Moo-jin. The Chinese restaurant first opened in 2012 and is located in Seoul’s Eunpyeong District.

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Location: 271 Galhyeon-ro, Galhyeon 1(il)-dong, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul

7. Sweet Lazy Playground

Where you saw it: This alfresco cafe comes up on the 12th episode of Flower of Evil, where Hyun-soo and Detective Choi meet up to talk. Established in 2016, the actual cafe offers cookies and pastries galore and is a must-visit for anyone with a sweet tooth.

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Location: 4 Yesul-ro 226 beon-gil, Guwol 1(il)-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon

8. Hansung Church

Where you saw it: In episode 16, Hyun-soo and Ji-won attempt to sway Yang Jin-tae to testify for Hae-soo’s case. The trio meet up at Kerith Brook Coffee, a cafe found inside Hansung Church, which functions as a worship church for presbyterians.

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Location: 21 Sinjeong-ro 13-gil, Sinjeong-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul

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