[Wanderlust Wednesday] Great Korean Shows worth watching when you visit Seoul

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It’s not Broadway hot, but Seoul has its own special shows that you can watch and have fun. From non-verbal to musicals, Seoul offers a plenty of unique shows that are worth watching if you have the time.

  1. Nanta Cookin’ Show

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The most popular and the most original show in Korea. Nanta is a non-verbal musical performance combining the Korean traditional music “Samulnori” with acrobatic cooking and dance. Since 1997, Nanta has firmly established itself as the #1 show in Korea.

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  1. Original Drawing Show

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As the name suggests, it’s a drawing show where performers show a wide range of art techniques mixed with music and humor. Not to be surprised, their body language is quite captivating.

For directions and details, click here.


  1. Kung Festival

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Korea’s famous for B-boy performance and this is a great chance to actually watch it. Based on the theme of “violence in schools”, Kung Festival gives you a parade of B-boying mixed with the most exciting music.

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  1. MISO

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MISO is a Korean traditional show with a long history of performances. The story is based on an old novel from the Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910) which alludes to the the hypocrisy of the ruling class and natural human desires.

For directions and details, click here.
 

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Article by: Kristine @ Trazy.com

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