The family of Young Kwang owns a noodle restaurant and as such many of the scenes in the KBS’s Wednesday and Thursday hit drama Glory Jane / Man of Honor have taken place at the restaurant. The initial part of drama has been focusing on life of Young Kwang and Jae In who moves in to stay with the family, and hence a lot of important scenes, especially the emotional feeling scenes are taking place in the noodle house. Both of them has since moved on to work as a salesman at Goedae trading company, but drama continues to have heavy appearance on the Young Kwang noodle house place.

The set of noodle shop house is at built at the picturesque village of Suam-gol or Suam-maul (수암골), or Suam Valley, with full address of 24-1, Myungin 1-dong, Cheongju-si city, Chungcheongbuk-do province of South Korea. The location is about 2 hours drive from Seoul, and is an emerging tourist attraction that also hosted the filming venue of Bread, Love and Dreams (Kim Tak-goo, King of Baking).

The map of Suam Valley, where the noodle house of Glory Jane located:

The noodle house set was built up as monumental set with plan to turn it into tourist attraction in future development in mind. The construction of the noodle house set was a “miracle,” where it was built only two weeks before shooting of the drama started in August. Normally, between six to seven months is required to build such a building as there are many aspects that needed to be taken care of, including water, electricity and gas. But Cheongju city’s support and efforts of the staff crews brought the set to a speedy completion.

Photo gallery for the Glory Jane noodle house: