Goblin filming sites in Québec

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If you enjoy and feel “kilig” on watching Korean dramas, you may be familiar with Goblin. And since we went to Québec, might as well visit some of Goblin’s filming locations.

What’s good about it is all filming locations is just around Fairmont Le Chateau. So you can do a Goblin itinerary for the day. The nearby locations are packed with tourists, mostly Asian, the k-drama power I must say hahaha. Follow the crowd and you’ll be led to these locations.

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First, is the Plain of Abraham. We totally thought all along that it’s a graveyard in real life. Apparently, they are just props in the drama haha. It’s the perfect place to see Québec with Saint Lawrence River and Fairmont Le Chateau on view.



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Second is Rue du Petit Champlain. It’s packed with different stores and people! We need to wait for the platform to get emptied to take our photos on it hehe.

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Third Goblin location is Fontaine de Tourny. This is where we saw a lot of tulips around it, lovely site.

 

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Fourth is La Boutique de Noel. A shop where you can buy everything you can everything related to Christmas! From Christmas balls to tree decors. It’s still open during spring and even summer. Anything Christmassy is likable.

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The fifth location is the very famous red door. Where Kim Shin and Eun-Tak easily transport from Korea to Québec.

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And lastly Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. The grand hotel of Québec. I have a separate post on this if you haven’t read it yet here’s the link for it 😉



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And by that, you enjoy the scenery and you reminisce every scene from Goblin Korean drama. I’ll also add that as we walked around, we came on this isle with beautiful lanterns. It’s the tourist route and called Rue St. Jean. The cobbled stone floorings and the architecture of the buildings add romance to the city of Québec.

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To read more about my Québec and Montreal adventures, head on to these links:

Sightseeing MontrealOld Québec and Clock Tower and Notre Dame.


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