New Romantic Tourist Spot In South Korea Thanks To Gong Yoo And Kim Go Eun’s ‘Goblin’

Kim Go Eun, Gong Yoo in
Kim Go Eun, Gong Yoo in "Goblin"

A seaside beach in South Korea has now become one of the hottest destination after it was featured in Gong Yoo and Kim Go Eun’s drama “Goblin.”

In one of the scenes of the famous fantasy drama romance series, Gong Yoo’s Goblin appears carrying a buckwheat flowers (meaning a lover), in front of Kim Go Eun’s Ji Eun Tak.

Where is this new tourist spot? What can tourists do when they go there?

Jumunjin, South Korea / DramaFever

The scene was reportedly taken at the pier of the beach in Jumunjin, a town in Gangneung city, on the eastern side of South Kore facing the East Sea.

Reports added that fans and tourists of the popular South Korean drama have been flocking the location to admire and experience the view in person.

A merchant also added some twist for the tourists as he offers a bouquet of flowers, red scarf and an umbrella for 1000 won or $1 each so that visitors can role-play the favorite romantic scene from “Goblin.”

Watch the romantic scene in the clip below:​

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