Known as one of the world’s best performance venues, the Sejong Center is a multipurpose arts center.
The Korea House was opened in 1981. It is a traditional Korean building that introduces the culture and lifestyle of Koreans, where you can experience traditional architecture and a classical atmosphere. The building was built in the style of the Joseon Dynasty’s Jagyeong-jeon building at the Gyeongbok Palace. It is Read more [...]
Daehangno Street, known as the street for young people, is the former location of Seoul National University. In the 1980s, many theater groups started moving to Daehangno, and it soon developed into a cultural center. In a short period of time, movie theaters, live-cafes, regular cafes, and pubs sprung up, Read more [...]
Ever since first hitting the stage in July 2003, Jump has been incredibly popular in Korea. It also has had remarkable international success; in 2005 and 2006 it took the Edinburgh Fringe Festival by storm, and then went on to tour around the world, ending up on London’s West End Read more [...]
Chongdong Theater’s “Korean Traditional Stage” performance has been running ever since 1997. Here the audience can enjoy a selection of some of Korea’s most famous traditional performing arts, such as pansori, a traditional percussion quartet, a fan dance, and dance that was once performed in a shamanism exorcism ritual. Detailed Read more [...]