It’s on the bucket list of every Asian drama fan to visit where their fave dramas were shot. If you’re one who’s spent hours binging on Korean, Japanese, and other Asian dramas, then go on that once-in-a-lifetime chance to live your dream. Relive the epic onscreen moments in real life and head off to these Asian drama filming locations. If you’re unsure where to go, then here are top spots that set the backdrop for classic dramas everyone loves.
Yebisu Garden Place, Tokyo, Japan
For those who enjoy watching J-dramas, go straight to this complex right at the heart of Tokyo. A former brewery, Yebisu Garden Place is the iconic location of Japan's most globally known J-drama franchise, Hana Yori Dango. Best known as the marker for F4's Domyouji Tsukasa and Makino Tsukushi's first date, it also serves as an important setting for its sequel, Hana Nochi Hare, set 10 years later.