Where can you find a recreation of two medieval villages and a palace that have been used over and over again in film?
Hint: It’s not a Los Angeles back lot, but this production facility is the largest on its continent, and on par with its Hollywood counterparts.
Answer after the jump.
A: Just outside of Seoul, South Korea, in the city of Namyangju is the KOFIC (Korean Film Council) Studio. The massive facility includes a recreated version of the Joint Security Area at the Korean Demilitarized Zone, built for Park Chan-wook’s 2000 film, J.S.A..
Join your guide Elise Yoon for a tour of the studio and more in Museyon’s Film + Travel Asia, Oceania, Africa, in stores this June.
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