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 Home >> What to Do >> Theater and pavilion >> Drama theater
  Nanta's Exclusive Theater (Nanta Jeonyong Gukjang)
Exit no. 5 at Seodaemun station of line 5, in the Kyeonghyang sinmunsa(newspaper)building 1F (22 Jeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul)...
  Sejong Center for the Performing Arts
Located at the Gwanghwamun district, the heart of Seoul, the venue acts as a tranquil resting place from the dreary urban streets with its grandeur ap...
Seoul Arts Center, Jayu Small Theater
The Jayu small theater has the best conditions for the three-dimensional and the avant-garde performances and is also the free place to be showed ligh...
Seoul Arts Center,The Towol Theater
The Towol Theater is an exclusive place for plays, can admit the performances of various genres with 675 seats, so it is called 'Opera Theater's tablo...

Chongdong Theater
Chongdong Theater originated in Wongaksa and was founded in 1908 as the first modern theater of traditional vocals and plays in Korea. Established in ...
KBS Hall
Exit no.3 Yeouido station of line no.5, walk 15~10 minnutes (Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul)...
LG Art Hall
LG Arts Center, located in the heart of Kangnam-gu, Seoul, is a future-oriented space designed to accommodate diverse fields of performing arts. It ...
Pureun Small Theater
Seoul Arts Center
Seoul Arts Center (SAC) is Korea's first and foremost complex center exclusively dedicated to cultural and artistic themes. The Center is a showcase ...

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