The K-drama series “Little Women,” which garnered high expectations from the beginning as Seo-Gyeong Jeong, the screenwriter of the movies “The Handmaiden” and “Decision to Leave” and Hee-Won Kim, the director of “The Crowned Clown” and “Vincenzo” teamed up for this series, successfully came to an end.
Seong-Hee Ryu, the first Korean art director to win the Vulcan Award at the Cannes Film Festival, unleashed a fantastic space where the absolutely unpredictable storyline of “Little Women” was presented artistically. The drama series became a hot topic with each episode’s overpowering mise-en-scène and endings. “Little Women” tells the story of women who aspire to reach the highest spheres from their lowest positions through money as the medium. Topped with various beautiful visual compositions and styles to show multiple dimensions of the storyline, “Little Women” was popular not only in Korea but also in other countries and remained in Netflix’s Global Top 10 rankings. How was Seoul portrayed in “Little Women,” which will carry on the K-culture content wave? We’ve put together all the mesmerizing places shown in the series.