A Complete List Of Where “Crash Landing On You” Was Filmed

If you love K-Dramas, then you’ve definitely heard of Crash Landing On You. 

These are iconic locations from Crash Landing on You that need to be added to your bucket list, especially if you’ve fallen for the story between Yoon Se-Ri (Son Ye-Jin) and Ri Jeong-Hyeok (Hyun Bin.) To immerse yourself in the world from Netflix’s hottest K-drama, keep reading.

Hallasan National Park, South Korea

crash landing on you filming
Photo by @crashlandingfan on Instagram

Let’s start off right where the drama does. Yoon Se-ri lands in the DMZ, which stands for the “Demilitarized Zone” that separates North and South Korea, but this scene is actually filmed in Hallasan National Park. Located on Jeju Island, the park is a popular location to visit without the show’s fame. It also features the tallest mountain in South Korea, Hallasan. If you want to relive this legendary moment in the show, this is definitely the place to do it.

Taean, South Korea

Taean, South Korea

The village where Ri Jeong-Hyeok lives is filmed in Taean, approximately three hours from Seoul. Sadly, you can no longer experience life like Captain Ri since the village was demolished, but you can still visit Taean and see all the region has to offer, including: Taean Tulip Festival in the spring which is typically a vibrant experience.

Byeolmaro Observator, South Korea

Byeolmaro Observator
Photo by @sangjinseo on Instagram

In Yeongwol, Yoon Se-Ri gives her newest creation a test run as she paraglides in the series. Byeolmaro Observatory serves as the backdrop for this scene. Here, you can see the stars and take in South Korea’s beautiful landscape. Yeongwol is a popular destination as it take you right back to the magic of the series.

Commodore Hotel Busan, South Korea

Commodore Hotel Busan
Photo by @commodorehotelbusan_wedding on Instagram

Much of the series takes place in Pyongyang, inside a hotel where Captain Ri shows off his espionage skills by checking spy cams throughout the room. Pyongyang Hotel in the drama is actually Commodore Hotel in Busan. Not only are the exterior and interior beautiful but the hotel offers various accommodations and prices start at $45 per night

Hantan River Sky Bridge, South Korea

Hantan River Sky Bridge, South Korea
Photo by @dok_tom on Instagram

This bridge is seen in episode 13 of CYOL. Travelers can see a picturesque view of Pocheon from the bridge, so get your cameras ready. Here is the moment where Ri Jeong-Hyeok recalls his memories, but K-fans will notice that Hangtang Sky Bridge is also featured in another popular drama: What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?

Lake Brienz, Switzerland

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Photo by CrashLandingOnYou on Facebook

If you loved Ri Jeong-Hyeok’s piano scene near the lake, this is one spot to add to your list of dreamy destinations! Lake Brienz in Isetwald provides visitors with a breathtaking view, green and lush mountains upon bright turquoise waters. The scenery is a tear-jerker moment in the show, but the lake is peaceful and serene in real life, made for those who love nature!

Panorama Bridge Sigriswil, Switzerland

Panorama Bridge Sigriswil
Photo by @its_alisha7 on Instagram

We all know the scene where Ri Jeong-Hyeok asks Yoon Se-Ri to take a photo of him on the bridge, which eventually saves her. This was filmed in Switzerland on the Panoramabrücke Sigriswil, also known as the Panorama Bridge Sigriswil. This beautiful bridge gives you a view of the Bernese Oberland peaks and Lake Thun. Walking across will also allow you to gaze into the Gummischlucht gorge!

First Flieger, Switzerland

crash landing on you filming
Photo by @crashlandingonyou on Instagram

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for! The dramatic and emotional reunion between the leads takes place in Grindelwald, Switzerland. This destination is popular among travelers because it offers thrilling adventure: zip line at up to 84 km/hr! You can also follow Yoon Se-Ri’s footsteps and paraglide. The incredible views make the experience even more special. 

Lake Lungern, Switzerland

Lake Lungern, Switzerland
Photo by @2li_switzerland on Instagram

Lake Lungern in Obwalden, Switzerland serves as the ultimate setting for the stunning and emotional final episode. Many come here to fish or see the charming view, but if you’re a fan of the drama it’s worth it simply to mark the spot where one of the couple’s last moments on screen takes place.

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 

crash landing on you filming
Photo by @vast.ent on Instagram

Instead of filming in North Korea, episodes of the couple at a train station were all shot in Mongolia. Ulaanbaatar is the capital and the largest city

Avani Goswami

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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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