Performing Arts Tourism

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  • [ITX Tour] KT&G SangsangMadang Chuncheon Art Center

    [ITX Tour] KT&G SangsangMadang Chuncheon Art Center

    This is a cultural complex next to a beautiful lake. The building was built in 1980 by Kim Swoo-geun, a leading master in Korean architecture, and was remodeled and opened as an art center in 2014.
  • [Intercity Bus Tour] Hadong Hwagae Market and House of Choe Champan

    [Intercity Bus Tour] Hadong Hwagae Market and House of Choe Champan

    Hwagae Market, located in the place where Hwagaecheon Stream flows into the Seomjingang River, is a popular traditional market.
  • [KTX Tour] Jeonju National Intangible Heritage Center

    [KTX Tour] Jeonju National Intangible Heritage Center

    The National Intangible Heritage Center, next to Jeonjucheon Stream on the opposite side from Jeonju Hanok Village in Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, opened in October 2010 to introduce and pass down the nation’s intangible cultural heritage.
  • [Intercity Bus Tour] Outdoor stage of Ojukheon House and Gangneung Municipal Museum

    [Intercity Bus Tour] Outdoor stage of Ojukheon House and Gangneung Municipal Museum

    The Danoje Festival, a local ritual ceremony, is held in Gangneung, Gangwon-do around Dano Day (May 5 on the lunar calendar), which is a traditional Korean holiday.
  • [Intercity Bus Tour] Yeongdong Korean Classical Music Experience Village and wine tour

    [Intercity Bus Tour] Yeongdong Korean Classical Music Experience Village and wine tour

    Three of the greatest musical artists in Korean history are Wang San-ak of Goguryeo, Ureuk of Silla, and Park Yeon of Goryeo. Among them, Park Yeon’s hometown is Yeongdong-gun.
  • [Intercity Bus Tour] Regular Saturday performance of Jinju-si intangible cultural heritage and Jinjuseong Fortress

    [Intercity Bus Tour] Regular Saturday performance of Jinju-si intangible cultural heritage and Jinjuseong Fortress

    Jinju in Gyeongsangnam-do is a city that has 1,000 years of history. There is Jinjuseong Fortress, which protected the country during the siege of Jinju in the Imjinwaeran (Japanese Invasion of Joseon in 1592), and Chokseongnu Pavilion, one of Korea’s three major pavilions, which stands tall and commands a fine view of the Namgang River.
  • [Subway Tour] Daejeon Observatory

    [Subway Tour] Daejeon Observatory

    There is a regular Saturday performance schedule for the Star Concert at Daejeon Observatory. The exotic performances allow the audience to look at beautiful constellations while listening to classical music.
  • [KTX Tour] Regular weekend performances at Hwaseong Fortress and Hwaseong Temporary Palace in Suwon

    [KTX Tour] Regular weekend performances at Hwaseong Fortress and Hwaseong Temporary Palace in Suwon

    Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon is an architectural structure built by King Jeongjo (1752-1800), who spearheaded the cultural development of the latter part of the Joseon period.
  • [Intercity Bus Tour] Andong Hahoe Mask Dance Drama Training Center and Gaemok Ferry

    [Intercity Bus Tour] Andong Hahoe Mask Dance Drama Training Center and Gaemok Ferry

    An-dong is the cradle of Korean traditions. The city has produced scholars and powerful politicians that represented the Joseon period such as Yi Hwang and Ryu Seong-ryong.