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|Sponsors / Management|
|Seoul-si, Sejong Center for the Performing Arts / Seoul Namsan Traditional Theater|
|MiSuDa is a traditional cultural experience program held at the
Seoul Namsan Gugakdang (traditional theater). The program is divided into three different sessions: traditional costume, traditional tea ceremony, and traditional music. The costume experience involves wearing and taking pictures in hanbok (traditional clothes); the tea ceremony involves learning the etiquette of serving and drinking tea; and the music session involves watching gugak (traditional music) performances. Interpretation is available in English, Japanese and Chinese.
Seoul Namsan Gugakdang is located inside the Namsan Hanok Village, a compound housing hanok structures or traditional houses, at the foot of Namsan Montain.
※ Due to a scheduled safety check, there will be no performance from July 29 to August 11, 2013.
|Traditional Costume, Traditional Tea Ceremony, Traditional Music|
(Closed on Mondays & Sundays)
|Adults: 50,000 won
Children (ages 5-13): 35,000 won
|Duration of Performance|
|How to Particpate|
|Seoul Namsan Gugakdang (Traditional Theater): +82-2-2261-0501~2
Sejong Center: +82-2-399-1114~6
|Group discount (10+ people): 30% off
Sejong members (Premium): 30% off
Sejong members (Gold and below): 20% off
People with disabilities (Valid ID required): 50% off
Seoul City Tour Pass holders: 10% off
Visitors wearing hanbok: 20% off
|Minimum age 3|
|Seoul Namsan Gugakdang (Traditional Theater)
Chungmuro Station (Seoul Subway Line 3 or 4), Exit 3 or 4.
Take a bus bound for Toegyero-3 ga or Namsangol Hanok Village.
Blue Bus: 104, 105, 263, 371, 400, 507, 604
Green Bus: 0013, 0211, 7011
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)