This K-Drama fan from the Philippines is fulfilling every fan’s biggest dream by actually visiting the sites where famous K-Dramas were filmed.
Ana Gonzales, colloquially known as Anagon in the blogger sphere, is traveling around the world to exotic destinations and most importantly, to the filming locations of her favorite dramas. Having amassed a following of over 18K on Instagram as a casual blogger and even more on her blogging site,
Having amassed a following of over 18K on Instagram as a casual blogger and even more on her blogging site, anagonzales.com, it’s safe to say that this Hallyu fan has reached a pinnacle in turning drama into reality.
Using polaroids of drama scenes to overlay the shots with reality, Ana creates an absolutely surreal experience.
Check out some of her coolest posts to date:
Following the wake of the hit drama Goblin, fans have flocked to see the real-life shooting locations, but Ana’s photos somehow make the set pieces seem even more beautiful than those in the drama.
Who could forget the heart-warming new-age drama that was Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo? A stop at Bok Chicken certainly wouldn’t hurt.
Of course, no tour would be complete without a throwback to the hit 2013 drama, The Heirs, starring Park Shin-hye and Lee Min-ho
A scene from another Lee Min-ho drama: this time, Legend of the Blue Sea. Who said that luxury has to be high-budget?
Perhaps one of the most iconic love stories between side characters in a Kdrama, this tribute to Goblin accentuates an aesthetic that only seemed to exist in dramaland.
And finally, how could we leave out Goblin‘s main couple? Seeing the Deoksugung stone wall only invites feelings of crisp Autumn afternoons and strolls with supernatural boyfriends.
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