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S3E02 Glass Ballerina

Honolulu Memorial Park

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Cemeteries, S3E02 Glass Ballerina, Season 3, Urban Honolulu

The cemetery where Jae was buried (“Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 3×02) was Honolulu Memorial Park (22 Craigside Pl.) in Nuuanu. This location is adjacent to Oahu Cemetery and near Gretchen Lane Home. (continue reading…)

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Noela Street Home

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Homes & Apartments, S1E14 Special, S3E02 Glass Ballerina, Season 1, Season 3, Sun, Urban Honolulu

The home where Michael went to pick up Walt (”Special,” Ep. 1×14), and the home where Sun grew up (”Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 3×02) is “Pualeilani,” an 18,000-square-foot mansion on the slopes of Diamond Head (3131 Noela Pl). This is a private residence. (continue reading…)

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Hawaii Prince Hotel

by on Dec.18, 2009, under Hotels, Jin, S3E02 Glass Ballerina, Season 3, Urban Honolulu, Waikiki

The exterior of the hotel where Jin confronts Jae (“Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 3×02), who subsequently falls to his death onto Jin’s car, was the Hawaii Prince Hotel (100 Holomoana St.). The distinctive twin towers of the Hawaii Prince Hotel are visible in scenes filmed at the Ala Wai Harbor. (continue reading…)

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First Hawaiian Center

by on Dec.16, 2009, under Downtown, Jack, Offices, S1E17 In Translation, S3E01 A Tale of Two Cities, S3E02 Glass Ballerina, Season 1, Season 2, Season 3, Sun

The sleek, cavernous office of Sun’s father (”In Translation,” Ep. 1×17, “Glass Ballerina,” Ep. 2×02), and the lawyer’s office where Jack and Sarah argue (”A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), is the mezzanine gallery space inside First Hawaiian Center, the tallest building in the state (999 Bishop St.). (continue reading…)

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