Enjoy traditional court cuisine in the charming atmosphere of Korea House and delight in a cultural performance of song, dance and drums on stage. Youll feel like royalty as superior chefs present a course dinner of Korean dishes of the Joseon Dynasty. Then watch eight performances combined in a compilation of time-honored talent. When the show ends, you can take photos with the wonderful performers.
Nanta tells the nonverbal story of four cooks who must prepare an entire wedding banquet in just one hour. The electrifying 1.5-hour show offers a comic sketch of mishaps in the kitchen, performed through samulnori traditional Korean percussion quartet melodies. Nanta premiered in 1997 and has become the longest-running show in Korea. See kitchen knives, cutting boards and cooking utensils transformed into remarkable musical instruments. This comedy of errors is sure to captivate you with its high-energy humor.
Be entertained by YOULL, a 1.5-hour Korean performance at the Jeongdong Theater in Seoul. To the delight of domestic and foreign audiences, YOULL is a comprehensive traditional performance displaying all features of Korean art, such as dance, martial arts, swordsmanship, music, plays, and vocal music. Choose a late afternoon or evening show, and enjoy round-trip hotel transportation.
Enjoy an evening of traditional Korean percussion music, known as gukak, composed by musical director Baekchan Kim. Powerful, percussive rhythms and heartfelt melodies transcend language in this non-verbal show centered around a family’s lost heavenly flute that shows up in an auto repair shop. Choose from two show times with optional private transportation.
K-pop and a Korean culinary feast on one tour? That’s right. This 5-hour tour takes fans of Korean pop music to an exciting hologram concert featuring the country’s most famous K-pop stars, and then it’s on to Gwangjang Market to delve into some of the best street food in the country. Dance along with eerily realistic projections of Psy and Big Bang and then tantalize your taste buds with street food items like ‘bindaetteok’ (a fritter of ground mung beans, meat and bean sprouts) and ‘makgeolli’ (rice wine).
Enjoy a fun night out with your family in Seoul with this dance show and dinner. Enjoy a tasty meal of ‘bibimbap,’ a traditional Korean dish, followed by a performance of internationally acclaimed ‘Jump,’ featuring an electrifying mix of Korean martial arts, acrobatics and comedy. Hotel pickup and drop-off by air-conditioned vehicle is included.