"Diary of a Prosecutor" Has Completed Filming in Tongyeong

The jTBC drama "Diary of a Prosecutor" announced that it completed filming in Tongyeong.


"Diary of a Prosecutor" showcases many beautiful attractions of Tongyeong.

Lee Seon-woong (Lee Sun-kyun) and Cha Myeong-joo (Jung Ryeo-won) are from the Jangwon District Prosecutors' Office in the drama.

The imaginary city of Jinyeong is actually Tongyeong, known as 'the Naples of Korea'.

The drama was filmed there for 5 months since August last year and a total of 150 or so staff and actors resided there, bringing business to the area.

This opportunity also promoted various areas of the city and is also very helpful in attracting tourists.

Since the first episode, the drama showed attractions such as Tongyeong's Central Market, cable cars and other major attractions as well as Tongyeong's regional products, such as oysters and eel.

The production stated it will link the filming locations of future dramas with tourism products.

"Diary of a Prosecutor" began on the 16th of December last year and it is about ordinary working prosecutors in a rural area and not the fancy prosecutors everyone imagines.


"Diary of a Prosecutor" is directed by Lee Tae-gon-I, written by Lee Hyun-II, Park Yeon-seon, Seo Ja-yeon, and features Lee Sun-kyun, Jung Ryeo-won, Lee Sung-jae, Kim Kwang-kyu, Lee Sang-hee, Jeon Sung-woo. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/12/16~Now airing, Mon, Tue 21:30 on jTBC.