Over the years, BTS has wowed us with their incredible photoshoot and music video sets. Time after time, we’ve been left wishing we could see the gorgeous sets in person.
Luckily, BTS often uses real places instead of green screens.
Here are 5 places BTS filmed and took photos at that ARMYs should see in person!
1. Laundry Pizza
This laundromat-themed pizza parlor is located in Seoul’s Gangnam district.
BTS took photos for their album Love Yourself: Her at this restaurant.
Laundry Pizza is known for their huge New York-style slices, so head on over to grab some pizza and snap some BTS-inspired photos!
2. Iryeong Station
This closed train station is located in Yangju, a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.
The station appears in the “Spring Day” music video, so visit it with friends to recreate this music video’s vibes!
3. Sepulveda Dam
This dam is located in Van Nuys, CA and was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1941. The dam was constructed after the Los Angeles Flood of 1938, and it helps to prevent flooding in the San Fernando Valley and other parts of Los Angeles.
BTS shot the “On” Kinetic Manifesto Film: Come Prima at the Sepulveda Dam.
Some fans have already visited the dam to shoot dance covers of “On,” so if you want a 100% authentic set for your own cover, head over to the Sepulveda Dam!
4. Dongho Bridge
Dongho Bridge spans over the Han River in Seoul. The bridge allows vehicles, pedestrians, and even the subway to travel across the river.
In the “I Need U” music video, J-Hope is shown walking across the Dongho Bridge.
Dongho Bridge is easily accessible to pedestrians, so you can recreate J-Hope’s walk!
Many people enjoy walking across the bridge at night because the bridge, river, and Seoul skyline are beautifully lit up.
5. Los Angeles Theatre
The Los Angeles Theatre is in the Broadway Theater District in Los Angeles. It was built in the 1930s and its interior is said to be modeled after the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles.
BTS filmed the “Black Swan” music video at this gorgeous theatre and used the space to its full advantage. Jin even filmed his solo scenes in the women’s restroom!
Although the Los Angeles Theatre closed its doors to the public in 1994, it can be rented as a venue for special events. If you can’t get in, you can pose for pictures outside to prove you visited the “Black Swan” video set!