NANTA - Myeongdong (난타 - 명동)

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NANTA - Myeongdong (난타 - 명동)

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NANTA is one of Korea's top performances, a show about four chefs who must prepare a wedding banquet in just one hour. The plot is depicted through various genres of performances, including percussion that uses kitchen utensils to make beats based on traditional rhythms of samulnori (traditional Korean percussion quartet). The entire show has no spoken dialogue, yet plenty of comedy and romance, too.

Since its debut in October 1997, NANTA (also known as Cookin') has earned international acclaim, having been performed on Broadway and at other famous venues worldwide.
Start 20200101 End 20201231
Performance time Monday-Thursday 17:00, 20:00
Fridays, Sundays, Public holidays 14:00, 17:00, 20:00
Saturdays 11:00, 14:00, 17:00, 20:00
Place Myeongdong Nanta Theatre
Viewing time 100 min. Viewing age Open to visitors ages 12 months and over
Usage fee VIP-Seats: 66,000 won
S-Seats: 55,000 won
A-Seats: 44,000 won
Discount
Reservation office Event venue location [Subway]
Euljiro 1-ga Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 5
Go straight out of the exit, walk for approx. 220m and turn left onto Myeongdong-gil (fourth left).
The theater is in the UNESCO Building about 120 m ahead on the right.
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Progression type Festival type
Organizer PMC Production Contact • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-739-8288
Host company Contact +82-2-739-8288
Address 26, Myeongdong-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul Source KOREA TOURISM ORGANIZATION

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Introduction:NANTA is one of Korea's top performances, a show about four chefs who must prepare a wedding banquet in just one hour. The plot is depicted through various genres of performances, including percussion that uses kitchen utensils to make beats based on traditional rhythms of samulnori (traditional Korean percussion quartet). The entire show has no spoken dialogue, yet plenty of comedy and romance, too.

Since its debut in October 1997, NANTA (also known as Cookin') has earned international acclaim, having been performed on Broadway and at other famous venues worldwide.

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