I haven't been around much lately. Was busy with a big editing job, then a trip to Colombia, now getting ready for my third and longest trip to Korea (in early March) - hurray!
In connection with that, I ended up joining a few Facebook sites trying to get some advice on how I could visit the places I most want to see. While looking at others' posts, I found a link to: koreandramaland.com. You can track down the sites where a drama was filmed simply by entering the name of the drama. So cool!
I'm constantly recognizing drama locations even if I don't know the specific city or town or street by name. "Oh, this is where Personal Taste outdoor locations were filmed, I recognize this street", or "I've seen this same beach location in two dramas, Encounter and My Rosy Life", etc. I think I drive my kids batty sometimes with it. "Okay, Mom, we know." Heehee.
"If you're really in love, appearances aren't important. The best house is the one you build in each other's hearts." ~ Winter Sonata
Meanwhile don't forget the fact that every time you watch a Korean drama you are essentially traveling to Korea, and you are there, without the expense of airfare, and the health risks associated with international travel these days.