A seaside beach in South Korea has become a hot destination after it was featured in Goblin: The Lonely and Great God, the fantasy romance drama starring Gong Yoo and Kim Go Eun. Where is this new hot spot? What do the tourists do when they find the same fantastic scenic view?

In the famous scene, Gong Yoo's Goblin appears with a bouquet of buckwheat flowers, a symbol of lovers, in front of Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun).

They were standing at the pier of the beach in Jumunjin, a town in Gangneung city, on the eastern side of South Korea facing the East Sea.

Fans of the popular Goblin drama have been flocking to the beach-side location to admire and experience the view in person. 

A clever merchant there is offering a bouquet of flowers, a red scarf, and an umbrella, for only 1,000 won (or 1 US dollar) each, so that visitors can re-create the romantic scene from the drama.

Take a look at the clip from episode 1, when Gong Yoo's Goblin appears in front of Eun Tak ( Kim Go Eun):


Would you fly to South Korea just to visit the Jumunjin beach?

Fans have waited five years for Coffee Prince's Gong Yoo to return to the TV dramaland, and Goblin has become one of the most popular dramas for South Koreans and international viewers. Watch it now!

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Goblin: The Lonely and Great God

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