|Busan Cultural Center (부산문화회관)|
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|Busan Cultural Center is one of the representative cultural arts institutions in Busan and hosts a diversity of concerts, dances, plays, and other performances. It boasts international conference facilities and is a center of operations for seven different metropolitan arts organizations including the philharmonic orchestra, traditional orchestra, chorus, dance company, theater company, philharmonic youth orchestra, and the boys & girls chorus.
Reflecting the traditional architectural style of Korea, the Main Theater has been built to resemble a ‘Bonchae’ (the main building of a traditional house), while the Medium and Small Theaters resemble a ‘Sarangchae’ (typically, the men’s quarters of a hanok). The structure of the center highlights the traditional beauty of Korea and seeks to capture the powerful spirit of the nation. Hosting over 1,000 exhibitions & performances throughout the year, the Busan Cultural Center strives to preserve the country’s culture while promoting local art forms from various regions of Korea.
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|* Main Theater
Since its opening, the Main Theater has been a major venue for a wide range of performances including concerts, dances, plays, and Korean traditional music performances.
* Medium Theater
A medium-sized performance hall fit for music, plays, and traditional music and dance performances. It is designed to provide an excellent view of the stage from any seat in the audience.
* Small Theater
Every Saturday 4:00pm, ‘Saturday Open Stage’ is held at the Small Theater to promote and pass down Korean traditional culture.
International Conference Hall
*The International Conference Hall is located on the 2nd floor of the Small Theater and has 133 conference seats and 80 regular seats. Equipped with simultaneous interpretation facilities for 6 different languages, the hall is widely used as a venue for diverse symposiums and seminars.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Varies by performance|
|Reservations should be made online.|
|Seoul Bus Terminal (Subway Line 3) or Dong Seoul Bus Terminal (Subway Line 2)
Take the bus to the Busan Bus Terminal
Go straight for 100m
Take the subway to Seomyeon Station ( Busan Subway Line 1)
Transfer to Motgol Station and take Bus 138
Get off at Busan Museum and go straight for 100m
Bus 38: 04:30 - 22:05 (9-min intervals)
|Shuttle Bus Services|
* From Exit 5 of Dae-yeon Station to Busan Cultural Center
|Nearby Tourist Attractions|
|culture.busan.go.kr (Korean only)|