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Date : 14-04-11 10:42
Korean Drama "My Love From The Star" Shooting Location
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Korean Drama "My Love From The Star" 
Shooting Location

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Starting February 2014, Petite France, a French-themed village in 

Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, will be open until 9:00 p.m., giving visitors 

three more hours to enjoy the village.


Inspired by the book Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince, 1943), Petite

France is the only themed village in Korea that offers a French cultural 

experience. The village holds regular events, exhibitions, and 

performances such as the Czech puppet show “The Marionette,” the 

French puppet show “Guignol,” and a music box playing. 


The Korean TV series “My Love from the Star” starring Kim Soo-Hyun 

and Jun Ji-Hyun (Gianna Jun) filmed in this very charming French town. 

Thanks to the popularity of the show, the village has also been getting 

more attention and enjoying a bigger crowd of visitors as a result. To 

further accommodate the visitors, the village has decided to stay open 

until 9 p.m.


Admission tickets for adults, students and kids are 8,000 won, 6,000 

won and 5,000 won respectively. Nearby tourist attractions in Gapyeong 

include the The Garden of Morning Calm, Cheongpyeong 

Lake and Gapyeong Sledding Hills.


Address:

Petite France, 1063, Hoban-ro Cheongpyeong-myeon, Gosung-ri, Gapyeong-gun, Kyunggi-do


Hours of operation:

09:00~21:00 (Last admission 20:00)


Period for extended hours of operation

February 14 – End of September (Tentative)


Admission

8,000 won for adults / 6,000 won for students (middle to high school) / 5,000 won for kids (36 months to elementary school)


Website

http://www.pfcamp.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese)


Inquiries: 

+82-31-584-8200 (Korean)


1330 Korea Travel Hotline:

+82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

* Courtesy of Petite France


So, how to get to this lovely island from Busan?


1) Take a bus from Busan West Bus Terminal to Gohyeon (it will takes 

about 1 hour 20 minutes of bus ride and the ticket price is 7200 won)



2) At Gohyeon Bus Terminal Station, take the bus number 53-1, 55, 54 

or 53 to Jangsado Cruise Ship Terminal.


3) At the Jangsado Cruise Ship Terminal, take a ferry to Jangsa Island. 

The ticket price for adults would be 15000 won (weekdays) and 16000 

won (weekends). It will takes about 20 minutes to reach the island.



4) The entrance fee to Jangsa Island would be 8500 won for adults. 

There are discounts apply for children and disabled people too. Hooray!

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