Performances

In Korea, there are many year-round performances, including traditional performances, percussion performances, b-boy shows, fusion Gukak (traditional music), and martial arts. Experience Korea's diverse culture by seeing a show during your trip.

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  • Deoksugung Palace Royal Guard-Changing Ceremony (덕수궁 왕궁수문장교대의식)

    Deoksugung Palace Royal Guard-Changing Ceremo...

    Deoksugung Palace has held a guard-changing ceremony since 1996 after thorough historical research by leading historians. The ceremony, which is held in front of the Daehanmun Gate of Deoksugung Palac...

    • Period01-01-2014 ~ 12-31-2017
    • RegionSeoul
  • The Korea House (Folk Performance) (한국의 집 전통예술공연)

    The Korea House (Folk Performance) (한국의 집 전통예...

    Korea House has been a venue for Korean traditional performing arts for more than 20 years, presenting various musical performances, court dances, and folk dances such as Pungmulnori (farmers’ percuss...

    • Period01-12-2015 ~ 12-31-2017
    • RegionSeoul
  • NANTA Jeju (난타 (제주))

    NANTA Jeju (난타 (제주))...

    NANTA has been running since October 1997 and is the most popular show ever in Korea. It also has achieved outstanding international success, having been performed on Broadway and around the US and th...

    • Period01-01-2016 ~ 12-31-2017
    • RegionJeju-do
  • Jump (점프)

    Jump (점프)...

    Ever since first hit 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 stor...

    • Period01-01-2016 ~ 12-31-2017
    • RegionSeoul
  • NANTA - Chungjeongno (난타 (충정로))

    NANTA - Chungjeongno (난타 (충정로))...

    NANTA is a top non-verbal cooking performance show about four chefs who must prepare a wedding banquet in just one hour. The plot is depicted through various genres of performances, including percussi...

    • Period01-01-2016 ~ 12-31-2017
    • RegionSeoul