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Avengers: Age of Ultron has been filming in Seoul, South Korea this week, and specifically there have been a lot of filming on Mapo Bridge, as we've seen multiple shots of Hawkeye, [Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch](movie:1081109), and Captain America filming scene there. But today, it was reported that a dead body was found in the waters underneath the bridge. Did a filming accident just kill someone?

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The set location had been closed from 6:00 AM to 5:30 PM, and a set security guard found the floating body, which South Korean police officers identified as having been dead for two weeks, and since the crew had only been filming for a total of two days, there was no correlation of the death to the movie filming.

Mapo Bridge during Age of Ultron filming March 30th
Mapo Bridge during Age of Ultron filming March 30th

Security was tight on set according to Kotaku.com. There were well over a hundred private security guards, 160 South Korean police officers, and dozens of volunteers.

Surprisingly, however, Mapo Bridge is a very popular suicide spot, with the Korean government even having posted lit-up LED signs saying "The most shining moment of your life has yet to come" and "Your worries will feel like nothing when you get older."

[The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](movie:293035) hits theaters May 1st, 2015.

(Source: Kotaku)


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