Daejeon is gaining popularity as a filming location for video content as Netflix’s ‘Squid Game’ and ‘Hell’, which are gaining great popularity in the global market, are known to have been filmed in Daejeon.
According to Daejeon City on the 25th, ‘Squid Game’ and ‘Hell’, which ranked first in viewing time on Netflix, the world’s largest online video service (OTT) company, were filmed at Studio Cube, a video filming complex in Doryong-dong, Daejeon.
Most of the game scenes from the squid game, such as tug of war, making dalgona, and playing marbles, were also born here.
The production of ‘Hell’, which took first place at a faster speed than ‘Squid Game’, took place in the Cube Indoor Studio for 5 months from August last year to January this year.
Studio Cube has 6 of the largest studios in Korea, including 4 general studios, 1 special facility studio, and 1 special effects studio.
Special shooting equipment such as a super techno crane capable of moving up to 15m without noise, large-capacity (18K, 9K) special lighting equipment that can shoot bright daytime scenes even in dark nights, and a 2-axis wire cam useful for war scenes and action scenes are also available. .
The two indoor studios are already so popular in the industry that the rental will be completed by early next year.
The city of Daejeon plans to develop the ‘convergence special video content cluster’, which has recently passed a preliminary feasibility study, as a local future food industry by linking it with Studio Cube.
In order to resolve the criticism that Studio Cube is not connected to the revitalization of the local economy, it plans to attract related industries and famous film schools, and develop tourism products that visit drama and movie sets.
In addition to the two works, the movies ‘Kim Ji-young Born in 1982’ and ‘Peninsula’, and the dramas ‘Mt. Jirisan’ and ‘Kingdom 2’ also passed through this place.
For outdoor filming locations, the old Chungnam Provincial Government Building in Seonhwa-dong, Jung-gu, which is a modern and modern building, and the Hannam University Missionary Village in Daedeok-gu, appear as regulars in dramas and movies.
Kim Jin-gyu, head of Daejeon Information Culture Industry Promotion Agency, said, “As global OTT companies such as Netflix and Disney Plus acknowledge the excellence of original and ingenious domestic content and are making large-scale investments, we will do our best to continuously shoot world-class works in Daejeon.”
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