Feel the traditional performing arts !! “National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts”

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Hello!

Why do not you learn about Korean traditional music at the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts?

Today I am going to introduce a place where I can learn Korean traditional performance and feel it.

It is “National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts” located in Seocho-gu.

The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts  has a variety of traditional music, private music.

It is a National Traditional Music Institution built to feel it

So ~ Learn more about the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts?

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The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, which has the best performances of Jeong Band, Folk Band, Dance Team and Creative Band.

They are the main actors.

Are you curious about four artists? We introduce 4 art.

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Jung Band – Passage of royal courtesy, music and fixtures

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Folklore Band – Efforts to promote outstanding artistry of folk music beyond Korea

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Dance Company – To develop our own dance and to spread beauty

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Creative Band – Taking the Future in the World to Accept Musical Needs of Our Time

Four art troupes are so cool!  I recommend it for you!

Now ! Let’s go inside and see the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts!

The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts has a variety of traditional music museums, reserved parties.

The facilities are very well stocked!

The Korean music museum is one of those attractions!

The Korean Traditional Music Museum is the only museum dedicated to Korean traditional music that displays various Korean music relics and musical instruments in order to see the history of Korean traditional music with a history of 1,000 years.

 

The size of the reservation party seems to be huge .

It is a mid-size theater with about 800 seats.

There is also a small hall with 230 seats!

There is also an outdoor theater in the Yeonhee Cultural Theater.

It has a capacity of 1,300 seats and There is a small-style indoor theater  with a capacity of 130 seats

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There is an on-site restaurant in the basement first floor of the National Traditional Music Center

You can eat something.

To experience our music and culture vividly, experience is necessary, right?

The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts has an outdoor experience area where you can experience our instruments and folk play.

Prepared Jing, Jang-gu, Kkwaen-gwali, Bug

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It’s a chance to experience traditional instruments that are hard to come by.

In addition, there are various performances and experience programs every month at the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts.

If you have foreign friends visiting Korea, I think it is a place you want to introduce.

If you are visiting Seocho-gu, it is a recommended place. National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts!

A good place to experience and learn Korean traditional music. I’ve learned more about the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts.

Please visit once ! 😀

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★ Access to National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts ★

BUS

Green BUS NO. 5413 (National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts / Lamian Art Hill)

Blue BUS NO. 142, NO.406  (National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts / Lamian Art Hill)

Red BUS NO. 1500-2, NO. 1553 (Lamian Art Hill / National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts)

SUBWAY

Line2. Bung-bae Station (Exit 1) Town Bus Seocho NO. 07, Seocho NO. 15, Seocho NO.17

Line7. Nae-bang Station (Exit 3) Town Bus Seocho NO. 07, Seocho NO. 15

Line3. South Bus Terminal (Exit 5) Town  bus NO. 22

Parking space

Operating time : 08:00~23:00

Fee :Free

In the case of the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, various performances and events are held every day and the parking space is very narrow.

I recommend using public transportation ^^

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