In July I decided to go watch my first non-verbal performance in Seoul and it was totally worth it. I was not expecting as many English songs as there were and it was great to be able to sing along. Their audience interaction was also top notch.
It’s a classic story about a couple getting married and the bride’s father objecting it. The stage actors are amazing and very talented and they play their own instruments (23 different instruments get played), sing and dance in this feel good show.
It is a new type of music show that combines dance, music, and theater together. Visitors can enjoy a variety of music genres like pop, jazz, opera in one performance. Other performances like playing the glass harp, and dances of Latin, swing and shuffle variety will take place.
The tickets can be a bit pricey but they are always offering a discount of some sort. Normally up to 20%.
The Theater is near Hongik University Station, line 2, exit 9. There is a map on the website and it is really easy to find as there is a big sign on the building.
Come early and you get to take pictures with the bride and groom.
The show is played Monday – Friday 8pm / Saturday 5pm and 8pm / Sunday 5pm. And the doors open from 1 hour before the show to 30 minutes after it starts.
Tickets can be bought at the following website.