The Korean drama series Start-Up is currently being discussed because it is nearing its final episode.

Bae Suzy, Nam Joo-hyuk, Kim Seon-ho, and Kang Han-na played a role in the series that aired on tvN since October 17, 2020 and is also available to international viewers via Ganool.

Here are a number of Start-Up shooting locations that can be visited if you are on tour in South Korea:

Robot Land, Incheon

Robot Land Incheon, korea

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Filming for the scene inside the SAND BOX startup took place at Robot Land, an amusement park in Incheon. Open any amusement park, RobotLand is a robot-themed educational tourism area. Currently the area is being renovated, but the robot center is still operating.

Nodeul Island, Seoul

Nodeul Island

This piece of island in the middle of the Han River is also one of the locations for shooting scenes in the Start-Up series, where the SAND BOX company is located. There are many kongko spots on this small island, from bookstores to coffee shops.

Oil Tank Culture Park, Seoul

Oil Tank Culture Park seoul

Formerly an oil depot, now Oil Tank Culture Park is turned into an environmentally friendly cultural arts area. The industrial buildings there are now multipurpose halls for concerts and exhibitions.

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Habjeongdon, Seoul

Habjeongdon, Seoul

The food stall where corndogs are sold in the original Start-Up series is Habjeongdon in the Mapo district. This restaurant that sells Korean food can be visited in the real world.

Yeouido Hangang Park, Seoul

Yeouido Hangang Park

From sports to picnics can be done in this park. On the weekends, there is a music stage that takes place on the floating stage. Hanging out with lovers at sunset while looking at the Han River is a favorite activity here.

At night there is a fountain show from the top of the bridge. This area is also the shooting location of the second corndog food shop scene.

Dongjak Bridge

start up tv series filming location

Drive around the Dongjak Bridge at night to enjoy the view of the twinkling city lights. This location may be familiar to Kdrama lovers, even the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Her’ teaser photo was also taken on this bridge.

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