Goblin Filming Location in Quebec – The Ultimate Guide


Here’s what you guys have been waiting for.. a direct comparison of drama footages vs actual google street view to ‘verify’ the addresses even if you’re not there yourself physically =p


goblin drama location Rue Sainte-Ursule 2

goblin drama location Rue Sainte-Ursule 1


goblin drama location Petit-Champlain District red doorgoblin drama location Petit-Champlain District red door 1



Check Pricing for Hotel (Please be prepared. It is a 4* Hotel after all..)




goblin drama location maple leaf parc samuel hollande quebec 2 goblin drama location maple leaf parc samuel hollande quebec





goblin drama location cafe fountaine de tourny quebec

goblin drama location cafe fountaine de tourny quebec 1


goblin drama location La Boutique de Noel quebec

Porte Prescott

goblin drama location porte prescott quebec

Different view of the bridge from the bottom

Pierre-Dugua-De-Mons Terrace

goblin drama location Pierre-Dugua-De-Mons Terrace quebec

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  • I’m sooooo glad I’ve found your blog! I really love it, all these details are such good information!!
    thank youu!

  • I’ll be using this as a guide if I go to quebec in the future, HOHO 😀
    Thank you sooooo much for this blog ! 🙂

  • Just wanna say Thank you for sharing all Locations
    We flew to Quebec couple of weeks ago.
    And following your Blog posts.I may say yes! we found each and every locations.feeling so Accomplished.
    Even spoke the owner of the store with two yellow Pots at the front door and showed us bunch of pictures during the filming off course! specially Gong Yoo’s Pic😘.❤
    Appreciate you…..

    • thanks for coming back to leave a comment! I’m so happy that you succeeded in finding all the locations~ Hope I will get to do it too when I do visit Quebec.. someday.. I can’t believe the owner even showed you photos of filming! You are really lucky!

  • I am going back to Québec tomorrow with my wfie who cannot wait to see all these places where the series was shot. Thanks to you, she will be able to brag about it to her Korean friends and family. Très beau travail, merci beaucoup!

  • I am going to Quebec this week with my family and I cannot wait to hit all these locations during my trip there!! Thank you for the post 🙂

    • So happy for you to be visiting Quebec! Good luck on finding all the filming spots and do come back and share your experience ^_^

  • I literally just left Quebec City. I am going back to Toronto with a happy heart. Thanks for the helpful info about and visuals of the filming locations. The red door was a tricky one since there’s tons of red doors in Petit Champlain. Your photo was my compass for real. Million thanks!

    • Thanks for leaving a comment and I’m glad that my post has helped you with finding the exact red door. hope you had a great trip to Quebec =)

  • YOU SHOULD BE VERY PROUD OF ALL YOUR WORK. I LOVE QUEBEC CITY and felt certain that the first scene that Gong Yoo “Goblin” appears in was in that city but the street name didn’t ring a bell. Thanks for clarifying and helping me find an answer to my query.

    I’m new-ish to the K-Drama scene. One of the best things about catching the wave this late is I get to see some of the best work. I’m really loving Goblin. K-dramas can be extreme at times which is not a negative criticism. I really liked this drama because, for me, it was a wonderful balance of drama, romance, action, supernatural, folklore, morale lessons, over the top situations, and so much more. The comedic timing of all the actors was really great fun. But add that to the serious dramatic scenes and it is a wonderfully packaged work of art.

    As I said I’m moderately new to the K-drama scenes so there may be other dramas out there that are superior but I am really liked this one.

    • Thanks for your kind compliments! Congrats on catching up on this awesome drama! Though you’re one year late but.. it’s better than never! I’m currently chasing another drama called Hwayugi and I think it’s gonna be awesome too! Then again, no one can beat the charismatic Gong Yoo.. not yet 😉

  • Thank you so much for making this post! Just came back from my trip and was able to find most of the spots. Am a huge fan of the show and you made my fangirl heart very happy 🙂 !!

    • Congratulations on your visit to Quebec! You’re one lucky fangirl! I haven’t had the chance to visit Canada yet.. Glad that my post helped you!

  • This july I will go to Quebec, i’m so excited to be in the places where they shooted the drama… long trip from Chile to Canada. Thank you!!!

    • Thanks for leaving a comment. Good luck on your locations hunting. I’m sure you’ll have a lot of fun doing it!

  • I congratulate you because you have created a very helpful and organized post, I am amazed by it, it is the perfect guide! Thankssss 🙂

  • Omg thank you for providing this!! I love Goblin and was planning to take a trip to Quebec – this is just perfect! Adding all of this to my itinerary haha. Thank you!

  • Thank you very much. I live in BC and I’ve been as far east as Ontario, New York, and Vermont but didn’t get the chance to visit Quebec yet. My ex-husband who I used to travel these destinations with when we were engaged at the time told me that Quebec City is boring and just focus in Montreal (as he has visited the province in his youth) but after finishing watching Goblin two days ago, I want to visit the capital and enjoy the charm it brings. Being born and raised in Victoria, I prefer cozier surroundings.

    Thank you for the tips. When this depressing pandemic dies down and distant traveling is safe again, I definitely want to venture east and enjoy every filming sites from the series.

    • Hey there. Thanks for leaving a comment! Glad that you discovered this drama even though it had been 4 years. Hope that you enjoyed the drama 🙂 I’ve not been to Canada before but I’ll definitely love to visit someday. How can Quebec be considered boring? It really looked pretty impressive, at least in photos/videos. Yea, can’t wait for the pandemic to be over. It’s so annoying and I’ve stopped thinking about any travel plans as I don’t want to be disappointed anymore 🙁

  • Thank you so much for your blog. I’ve been meaning to plan a trip and visit all these locations. Now that I’m rewatching Goblin again there’s renewed motivation to go. I wonder what time they filmed there with the beautiful fall leaves? I would love to see the same sights. The red maple leaves in the park are so pretty.

    • Hey I’m not too certain about when they filmed the series but I suppose autumn should be some time in November. Just my guess!

  • I just want to say thank you so so much I really want to go to Canada now and with this guide it’s going to be a perfect trip because I just finished watching Goblin and husband just mentioned Westjet because we like the Christmas surprises and I want to go on December

    • Glad that you found my blog post! Hope you get to visit Quebec in December. It has been many years and I hope the locations still remain intact. I’m pretty sure it would be a very nice and cold trip =)

  • I am visiting soon and I really wanted to visit all places. Thanks a lot for the locations! I’ve been looking around for a while 🥲

  • Hi, I just have a a quick question would 6-7 hours in Quebec would we be able to hit up all these spots and look around at other places? Could we do it by walking or does it have to be done by car?

  • Thank you so much. My friend and I are looking forward to our fall vacation in Quebec City and to finding these Goblin scene locations. You’ve done a fabulous job of researching/scout and adding interesting fine details in your blog! A million thanks🫶🏾

    • Hi Alicia, glad that you found this post useful! I really hope that the locations are still around since Goblin has been a drama from years ago~~ wishing you all the best and safe travels for your vacation! I’m sure you’ll enjoy Quebec just like many others!