All The Places Where “To All the Boys: Always & Forever” Was Filmed

Rom-com fans, this one is for you!

Netflix’s IT couple, Lara Jean Song Covey and Peter Kavinsky, say goodbye in To All the Boys: Always and Forever, but not before heading to some exciting places. We’re not just falling in love with their relationship but with every colorful destination they go to. If you want to experience a one-of-a-kind journey like the characters, check out this list of locations featured in the film.

Seoul

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Lara Jean heads to Seoul with her sisters in the third movie. There are numerous notable locations we see in South Korea, and we’re breaking them all down for you!

Namsan Tower

Also known as Seoul Tower, this is an incredibly popular spot to visit. It’s the second-highest point in Seoul. Here, you can see panoramic views from Namsan Mountain. There’s an observatory and restaurants. Not to mention, if you want to get into the romantic spirit of the movie, don’t miss an attraction called “Locks of Love,” where lovers put padlocks to represent their unbreakable romance.

Bongeunsa

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This Buddhist temple in Gangnam-gu is a must-see place in the center of Seoul. It’s known for its peaceful beauty in the middle of the bustling city. The cast of To All the Boys: Always and Forever filmed here and shared the memory with fans on social media.

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Often called the Seoul Skypark or Skygarden, this elevated linear park is located in the heart of Seoul. It connects the city with nature and was inspired by the High Line in NYC.

Cafe Yeonnam-Dong 223-14

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This is an iconic Instagram location. Everything looks 2-D, which is why it’s sometimes referred to as the “cartoon cafe.” It’s a great spot to snap pics and enjoy pastries. The line is often long, so be sure to get there early!

New York City

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Empire State Building

Located in Manhattan, the Empire State Building is an iconic Manhattan location that everyone knows and loves! The movie features incredible shots of the skyscraper. Fun fact: in the film, the building was lit up with the To All the Boys colors!

Grand Central

Grand Central is another famous NYC location. Not only is it a center for transportation, but a go-to spot for eating, shopping, and experiencing the vibrant lifestyle that the Big Apple has to offer. It’s also featured as a destination in Lara Jean and Peter’s class trip to the city.

Washington Square Park

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This gorgeous park, popular for its large arch, is another spot Lara Jean visits in the movie. Since it’s situated in the heart of NYU’s campus, we also see Lara Jean begin to imagine the idea of college in New York.

Magnolia Bakery

We know Lara Jean loves to bake, so we’d definitely expect her to head to a bakery while in the city. Magnolia Bakery is known for its delicious pastries and desserts, specifically its cupcakes. If you have a sweet tooth, this is the place to visit and grab your favorite flavor and you might just experience a fun adventure like the characters in the film.

The Oculus

Located at the World Trade Center, this structure is meant to resemble a dove taking flight. Many have snapped photos in front of it, including Peter and Trevor in To All the Boys.

Little Cupcake Bakeshop

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Yup, this is the spot where Lara Jean and Peter sneak off. Known for its delectable desserts, especially the chocolate cake, Little Cupcake Bakeshop is a popular spot to try something sweet.

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There are many other iconic destinations that make appearances in the movie: Central Park, the Met, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Flatiron Building, and Times Square.

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Some other scenes were filmed in Vancouver, Canada, though they are meant to look like Oregon or New York City. The highlights in this movie remain to be the trips Lara Jean takes to Seoul and NYC while she deals with the struggles of becoming a senior in high school and growing up.

Avani Goswami

Social Media Associate

Avani is an avid reader and a lover of learning. She enjoys writing and seeks out new adventures everyday. Her passion is representation and equality for people all over the globe.

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