How much do you know about Korean musicals? Let us introduce Daehakro, which has the most performance halls in the world, along with interesting information about musicals.
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[Restaurants next to the Performance Venue] K-live - Find a good restaurant to add to today’s touching performance
K-live is showing holograms of Hallyu stars. The three-dimensional images and music feel like a live performance.
[Walking Tour] Tour around the Myungbo Art Hall, the venue for “Drumcat”
“Drumcat” is a female percussion performance group that formed in 2003. Their spectacular moves and vigorous performance received a lot of attention from the start.
[Bus Tour] Hangang Cruise with “Pang Show” and Tour on Bus No. 5534
“Pang Show” is a performance held on Hangang E-Land Cruise on Seoul’s Hangang River. It is a nonverbal performance derived from the drama The King of Baking, Kim Tak-gu.
[Subway Tour] Subway Line 5 Tour around NH Art Hall
NH Art Hall, a theater dedicated to the musical “Fanta-Stick,” is located at B1 and B2 of the new NACF (NongHyup) Headquarters building next to Seodaemun Station on Line No. 5. It is a two-story performance hall with approximately 400 seats.
[Restaurants next the Performance Venue] Jongno Cinecore Theater
Cincore Sachoom Theater, the venue dedicated for “Sachoom” (“Dance, If You Love”) is in the Jongno 2(i)-ga neighborhood, the street of the youth. Jongno is one of the most historic areas in Seoul, the capital of Korea.
[Walking Tour] A tour around Dongyang Arts Center where “Laundry” is staged
“Laundry” is an original musical beloved by many for over 10 years since it premiered in 2005. It was staged in Japan in 2012 and 2015, and in China in 2016.
[Interview] Choi Kwang-soo, actor of "Fanta-Stick"
Do you know the world of nonverbal performances? Nonverbal performances, along with K-pop, are leading the Korean Wave (Hallyu), and the world is swarming with performers full of potential and their dreams.