Seoul has been the capital of Korea for more than six hundred years, serving as the center of history.
This year’s lantern festival will recreate the glory of Baekje, the ancient dynasty, with beautiful light and shadows from lanterns.
Place Cheonggyecheon area
(approx. 0.9Km from Cheonggye Plaza ~ Samil Bridge), Hanbit Plaza
Period 1 – 17 November (lanterns lighted from 5 pm – 11 pm)
Best Cultural Experience for
14 Different performances during the year including UNESCO Intangible Heritage Programs
Saturday Premium Performances feature a variety of dances, music, songs ranging from traditional to modern. In 2013, fourteen performances are set to be performed. The excellent programming will delight foreign tourists new to Korean traditional music to gugak connoisseurs alike.
Place National Gugak Center Umyeondang
Price All seats 10,000
Period ~ 2013.12.28 Every Saturday 4PM