This underappreciated location features rustic districts with a Japanese flair—historical evidence of migrant settlement can be observed on Japanese-style wooden houses and shrines.
When she gets to her office, she finds that the lady she met on the elevator is her first patient.
Due to the popularity of the show, fans flocked to the filming locations, which caused inconvenience to the residents of the properties that doubled up as the houses of the characters that the makers leased for the purpose of filming.
Red lighthouse Arinzana also got to visit the red lighthouse up close, as it was pretty close to the above-mentioned Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha locations as well.
We wish Gam-ri was there to serve guests with delicious home-cooked meals, too.
Though they are very different people, the two grow to know each other as Du-sik helps Hye-jin adapt to small-town life.