[FILMING LOCATION] About Time – A Moment I Want to Stop

Finally, another drama that piqued my interest!

Time hasn’t been in my favour this year so I’m kind of picky about the dramas/variety show that I watch. *Prays hard that I will complete this drama and blog post*

Decided to start this post because I was curious about the bridge which appeared at the start of the drama, which looked familiar (well, I visited Chuncheon in May 2017) but I’m not 100% certain if I’ve seen it before.

Likewise, with all my previous filming location blog posts, this will be updated on-the-go until the day I give up on this drama or have no time. However, feel free to post your questions and I’ll try my best to reply or re-direct you to another source with the answer.

Let’s go!


  • Bridge in Chuncheon


  • Kyung Hee University Peace Hall
  • JCC Arts Center Concert Hall

China, Hainan

  • Club Med, Sanya

[Episode 1]

Bridge in Chuncheon

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