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Hallyu Fans Get To Tour Filming Locations of Favorite TV Dramas

2011/10/14 Source

Two lucky fans of popular Korean TV series, like "IRIS" or 'Dae Jang Geum' will get a rare opportunity to tour filming locations and experience the city of Seoul as depicted on TV.The city of Seoul announced Friday that two winners of its "Create Your Own Travel in Seoul" contest have been invited to tour and experience the Korean capital for four days.

The "Create Your Own Travel in Seoul" is a storytelling contest where contestants are asked to come up with their own unique travel itineraries of the Korean capital.

The two winners, one from Japan and the other from Hong Kong, will visit all corners of Seoul from the Cheonggye Stream to the Bukchon Han-ok village.

The selected fans say they fell in love with Seoul through Korean TV dramas and would like to take this opportunity to learn more about Korean history and culture.

Source : www.arirang.co.kr/New...

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