|National Theater of Korea (국립중앙극장)|
|The National Theater of Korea was opened in 1950 as the first national theater in Asia. The theater is the base of operations for four performance groups: the National Drama Company, the National Changgeuk Company, the National Dance Company, and the National Orchestra Company. By supporting these performance troupes, the National Theater strives to globalize Korean traditional arts, modifying select pieces to reach a larger audience.|
|Main building: 52,326㎡ (15,829 pyeong)
Annex: 4,715㎡ (1,426 pyeong)
The hall has a seating capacity of 1563, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems. The space between the seats is the widest of all domestic theaters, providing the audience maximum comfort.
Daloreum, the small hall, is furnished with 472 seats and hosts a series of regular performances.
This hall (capacity: 100) is unique because its stage and seats are changed to fit each performance. All components are moveable. Avant-garde or experimental performances are held here.
KB Haneul Youth Theater
KB Haneul Youth Theater is a domed theater with a capacity of 732. Since parts of its roof open and shut automatically, it provides natural lighting as well as stable performances regardless the weather condition. Aside from traditional performances, a range of programs such as experimental performances, youth madang, concerts, and festivals are held here.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Varies by program|
|Main Building: 122 parking spaces
Annex: 231 parking spaces
Dongguk University Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 2.
Take the shuttle bus from in front of Taegeukdang.
Dongguk University Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 6.
Take Bus 02 or 05 to the National Theater of Korea.
* Shuttle bus departs every 10min, starting from 1hr, 20min prior to performance.