Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ to be shot in Busan
Su Jin Jang, Feb. 1, 2017, 9:31 a.m.
Marvel Studios’ new movie based on US comic book superhero Black Panther will be partially shot in Busan, Korea. The studio’s Korean agency said Wednesday that the film with the working title “Motherland” will shoot its car-chase scenes at popular locations in the nation’s second-largest city of Busan.
Among the locations will be Gwangalli Beach, Jagalchi Market, Marine City and Gwangan Bridge. Shooting will take place in late March and last for about two weeks.
The plan was revealed when the agency sent out a letter asking for the cooperation of the residents around shooting spots. Details of the filming had been kept mum since the studio announced the plan to shoot parts of the film in Korea on Friday.
The production crew will visit Busan by the end of this month to cement details of the shoot.