Black Panther Filming Locations

T'Challa returns to his homeland to take up the mantle of king after his father's death but finds his nation in peril when an old foe returns and old secrets are revealed.

Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Black Panther was filmed in Busan in South Korea and Atlanta in United States of America.
Zoom to: Atlanta, Busan

광안대교 (Diamond Bridge)

Suspension Bridge

T'Challa takes out one of the decoy SUVs and then lands back on the car that Shuri is driving.

자갈치해안로 (Jagalchihaean-ro)

Busan Market

Nakia escorts T'Challa and Okoye to a underground gambling den where the sale is going down.

석사로 & 사직북로 (Seoksa-ro & Sajikbuk-ro)

Intersection

T'Challa is flung into the air when the car he is riding piloted by Shuri is destroyed by Klaue's weapon.

사직북로 (Sajikbuk-ro) (between 5 & 13)

Street

T'Challa leaps on top of Klaue's car and rips off one of the wheels.

Atlanta City Hall

Vienna International Centre

T'Challa addresses the United Nations and announces his plan to bring Wakanda out into the world.

High Museum of Art

Museum of Great Britain

Erik enters a museum and expresses his interest in African artifacts before revealing that one of the items in the collection is a misidentified Wakandan Vibranium tool which he proceeds to steal.

Parking Lot (at Auburn & Jackson)

Oakland Lot

Young Erik witnesses the ships from Wakanda arrive at his apartment and later T'Challa takes Shuri with him to California and tells her about his decision to bring Wakanda into the world.