VISIT: Be Like Liza Soberano and Visit ‘My Ex and Whys’ Shooting Locations in South Korea

Want to be more like Liza Soberano? Visit these shooting locations from her film, My Ex and Whys!

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“Pangit ba ako? Pangit ba katawan ko? Kapalit-palit ba ako?” 

–Cali Ferrer, Liza Soberano (My Ex and Whys)

This is a very famous line or quote from 2017’s high-grossing romantic-comedy film, My Ex and Whys.

My Ex and Whys was directed by multi-awarded known director, Cathy Garcia Molina.

Moreover, Reaching 400-million peso mark worldwide, it is the top film of 2017.

It mainly talks about a womanizer named Gio (Gil), who tries to prove he’s a changed man to his ex-girlfriend, a blogger named Cali (Soberano).

Cali, on the other hand, tests if Gio really has changed, and things didn’t go as planned.

Aside from the story itself, it is a lot known by others that the film was shot and taken in some familiar and popular places in South Korea.

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Here are some places they went:

1.) Nami Island

I believe this is the most famous from all places from MEAW.

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According to TripAdvisor, Nami Island is Korea’s most globally recognized tourist destination and cultural brand welcoming over 3.3 million guests annually.

Moreover, Nami Island is a peaceful place promoting culture and leisure in harmony with humanity and nature.

Here, you can enjoy the different Metasequoia trees, the Gingko Tree Land, Korea Pine Tree, Cherry Tree Lane and the popular Winter Sonata Beach.

Book your Nami Island Tour here.

2.) Everland Theme Park

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According to Bibimbap World, Everland is a world-class theme park in South Korea.

Set on a beautiful landscape surrounded by rolling hills, it boasts of five theme zones and each zone offers different kinds of fun and rides.

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Book your Everland Pass here.

3.) Dongdaemun Market

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4.) Mugyewon (Art and Culture Space) & Buamdong Street

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5.) Deoksugung Palace

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6.) N Seoul Tower

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Book your N Seoul Tower Pass here.

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7.) Myeongdong Street

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8.) Naksan Park

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9.) Ihwa-Dong Mural Village

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10.) Ikseondong

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