Whenever Korea’s National Museum is mentioned, When It’s At Night is always the first thing that comes to my mind. Why not? If more than half of My Name Is Kim Sam Soon was filmed on Sam Shik’s restaurant, more than half of When It’s At Night was filmed at the National Museum.
The M cafe!
After the drama finished, there used to be a tarpaulin of a photo of Kim Sun Ah and Lee Dong Gun in this cafe. But it’s gone now. Instead a photo of a different was attached to one corner (and I didn’t bother checking which drama it was).
1. I wasn’t able to go around (especially the park areas because we don’t have much time (on my two visits to the National Museum).
2. I haven’t seen When It’s At Night for a veeeery long time, so I can’t remember where exactly most of the scenes were and what National Treasures appeared on the drama.
But they are all there! Inside and around the National Museum. 🙂
HOW TO GET THERE:
Get off 이촌역 and basically it’s just around the corner. You can see it right away. You won’t miss it.
The M cafe is on the second floor.