[EMILE] Gyeongju’s Spectacular Cultural Assets Seen in EMILE! ① Emile Bell

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance

<EMILE>

The representative performance of Gyeongju, <EMILE>, where you can feel the grandeur and culture of the spectacular Silla!!

Silla’s precious cultural assets are hidden within the <EMILE> performance!

This is a time to appreciate <EMILE> together with these cultural assets!

To begin, this is the protagonist of <EMILE>, “The Divine Bell of King Seongdeok (The Emile Bell)”!

The Divine Bell of King Seongdeok (Emile Bell)

The Divine Bell of King Seongdeok (Emile Bell) Credit: Gyeongju National Museum

The Divine Bell of King Seongdeok, designated as National Treasure No. 29, was built to pay tribute to the memory of King Seongdeok, Silla’s 36th King, Hyegong.

The reason why the bell is also known as the Emile Bell comes from an ancient legend!

When the bell was built, a child was sacrificed, thus echoes of the bell, ‘em-ee-leh’, resemble the traditional Korean word for “mommy” and that was how the name “Emile” came about.

The Divine Bell of King Seongdeok (Emile Bell) Credit: Gyeongju National Museum

Presently, the bell is displayed at an outdoor exhibition at the Gyeongju National Museum. It is kept in a perfect state even after 1200 years and is known to have “the most beautiful sound of a bell” which was scientifically verified with its sound and structure!

The Divine Bell of King Seongdeok (Emile Bell) Credit: Gyeongju National Museum

This bell, the Emile Bell, and the legend of the tragic birth of the 36th king of Silla, ‘Hyegong’, form the basis of <EMILE>, the representative performance of Gyeongju, which depicts the love story between Hyegong and a lady named ‘Emile’.

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance [EMILE] Hyegong role_Han Seong, Emile role_ Seo Beoli

In the performance of <EMILE>, the protagonist is not the child who acted as a sacrificial offering but a lady named ‘Emile’ who sacrificed herself in the end, portraying a tragic destiny as the adapted ending!

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance [EMILE] Hyegong role_Han Seong

The Emile Bell appears for the first time in the performance!

However, the bell shattered during the coronation ceremony of Hyegong and this brought a wave of unease and despair over Silla…..!!

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance [EMILE] Hyegong role_Han Seong, Emile role_ Seo Beoli

Thereafter, Hyegong and Emile fell in love after a coincidental encounter.

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance [EMILE] Yung role_Paek Sanghyun, Emile role_ Seo Beoli

‘Yung’, who has been eyeing the throne, starts to use Emile as a bait to threaten Hyegong.

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance [EMILE] Emile role_ Seo Beoli

Emile, fearing that she will become a burden to Hyegong, sacrifices herself, shattering the bell. While the bell hints to be rebuilt again, the curtain comes down.

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance [EMILE]

The sorrowful love story of Hyegong and Emile, combined with the myth of the Emile Bell, make up <EMILE>!

You can feel the sorrow of this legend of love encompassing a millenium as well as Silla’s splendid and majestic grandeur!

Come and meet Jeongdong Theater <EMILE> at Gyeongju World Culture Expo’s Cultural Center Performance Hall today!! 🙂

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance

<EMILE>

2018.05.22 ~ OPEN RUN

Tue – Sat 7.30PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)

Gyeongju World Culture Expo’s Cultural Center Performance Hall

STAFF

Choreographer·Director_Kim Chunghan, Writer_Lee Byeongjun, Composer_Kim Taegeun, Stage·Prop Design_Im Il-jin, Lighting_Won Donggyu, Video_Kim Jangyeon, Costume_Yeo Jihye, Makeup_So Ingyeong

Ticketing

www.jeongdongtheater.com

R : 30,000₩

S : 20,000₩

Inquiry

054-740-3800

[EMILE] The Stories of People Who Prepare the Stage of EMILE

Hello, this is Jeongdong Theater!

The topic of today’s post is to introduce the stories of people from various departments preparing for each show of 2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance ‘EMILE’, a love story between King Hyegong and a lady born from a lower-class family.

To prepare for the performance, the stage has to be set up.

The grand stage and its depth allows cheers and applause from the audience to be captured.

The stage director, audio director, lighting director and machine director are in charge of the stage.

Thanks to these people, the stage of Jeongdong Theater <EMILE> is set up!

On the stage, the stage director seemed busy while preparing for the performance.

While observing the setting up of the stage, I realised something I did not know before. I thought the stage was set up using only machines but to my surprise, it was actually set up manually.

What’s more, during the performance, the stage is also set up manually and I was surprised for the second time!

The staff in charge of changing the stage setup during the performance is called ‘crew’.

Looking around the stage, I spotted people busy working at the back of the stage as well.

Then, I went to the place where the audio director and lighting director are located at!

Wow.. Isn’t it cool just by looking at their hands? 

During the performance, the lights have to switched on and off at the right timing and the audio also has to be played at the right timing of each scene. One can only wonder how much effort is put into harmonising their actions..

They probably practiced countless times to achieve perfection (clap)

We were there during the rehearsal which happens before the start of the performance.

It is energy-consuming and hindrances may occur if the entire performance was rehearsed. That is why only scenes not in sync will be rehearsed or depending on the day, only selected scenes would be rehearsed.

The photo above was taken with permission during the rehearsal!

Do you feel the passion and effort of the cast during the rehearsal through the photos??

I thought I was watching the actual performance rather than a rehearsal!

That concludes the end of the rehearsal!

After their individual practice time and their meals, the dancers have to put on their makeup before going up the stage.

For the venue of Jeongdong Theater at Gyeongju, the makeup room is located behind the stage!

This is where the dancers prepare their makeup and costumes!

Another surprising fact I realised is that the dancers put on their makeup by themselves! I thought there were makeup artists who put on their makeup since their makeup is so perfect!

I couldn’t contain my curiosity and I was told that before the premiere of EMILE, the dancers learnt to put on their makeup from professional makeup artists and the average time for putting on makeup is 20 minutes!

They are even good at makeup…

Despite the thick makeup, their skin still looks good and I raised a question on this!

They said that after the performance, they would immediately use a cleansing oil and cleansing foam to carefully clean the makeup off!

Seems like the myth that cleaning makeup off is more important that putting on makeup is true~

Makeup is done!

Music was played at the makeup room and people were singing along to it. The atmosphere before going up the stage was fun and cheerful!

Seeing the dancers putting on makeup up-close was a first for me and it was different from seeing them up on the stage!

Now that we have seen the actions inside the theater, let’s move on to the people outside the theater who meet the audience in person!

That is the ticket manager, house manager and ushers!

Ticket manager is in charge of issuing tickets and house manager is in charge of the theater seats during the performance. Ushers are the staff who guide the audience and maintain order in the theater.

Jeongdong Theater at Gyeongju is showing ‘EMILE’ which starts at 7.30PM for each show~

At 6PM, the ticket box for ticket reservation and payment will be open.

At the ticket box, you’ll just need to tell them the name the ticket was reserved under to collect your ticket!

At 7PM, you can enter the theater with your ticket and ushers will be at the entrance to welcome you!

Before entering the theater, the ushers will inform you that food and drinks are not allowed in the theater and photography is prohibited during the performance.

I’m sure you’re all aware of basic theater etiquette, right? 🙂

After checking the ticket and upon entering the theater, there are also ushers waiting to guide you to your seat!

They will check the ticket seat you reserved and guide you along!

The ushers were so friendly and I felt like a VIP there 🙂

After finding your seat, at 7.30PM, Jeongdong Theater ‘EMILE’ Performance will begin.

And now, prepare yourself to fall into the charm of ‘EMILE’!

This post depicts the situation of staff from various departments working hard at their respective positions for the stage of EMILE.

I hope everyone who reads this post will come and watch this brilliant performance prepared by so many people with so much effort put into it as you can see above!

How about watching Jeongdong Theater ‘EMILE’ to jazz up your cultural life this week?

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance

<EMILE>

2018.05.22 ~ OPEN RUN

Tue – Sat 7.30PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)

Gyeongju World Culture Expo’s Cultural Center Performance Hall

STAFF

Choreographer·Director_Kim Chunghan, Writer_Lee Byeongjun, Composer_Kim Taegeun, Stage·Prop Design_Im Il-jin, Lighting_Won Donggyu, Video_Kim Jangyeon, Costume_Yeo Jihye, Makeup_So Ingyeong

Ticketing

www.jeongdongtheater.com

R : 30,000₩

S : 20,000₩

Inquiry

054-740-3800

[The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] TBS 공연에 뜨겁게 미치다 Interview!

The pride of traditional Korean performance!

Here’s an interview of <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>, a creative dance performance!

<The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> was featured and introduced in TBS ‘공연에 뜨겁게 미치다’! ?

Together with the leading roles of Jang Noksu and Yeonsan, played by Jo Haneul and Lee Hyuk respectively, choreographer Jung Hyejin and director Oh Kyungtaek participated in the interview as well!

A production which you can witness the traditional dance of Korea as shown by Joseon’s finest entertainer, ‘Jang Noksu’!

TBS 공연에 뜨겁게 미치다 – <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> Interview

In this sweltering summer, why not enjoy a cool and relaxing performance while getting a taste of traditional Korean theater arts at Jeongdong Theater? 🙂

Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance
<The Palace: Jang Noksu>

2018.04.05 ~ OPEN RUN
Tue – Sat 4PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Viewing age of 48 months and above

STAFF
Choreographer_Jeong Hye Jin, Director_Oh Kyeong Taek, Writer_Kyeong Min Seon, Composer_Kim Cheol Hwan, Art Director_Park Dong Woo, Lighting Design_Sin Ho, Video Design_Jeong Jae Jin, Costume Design_Lee Ho Jun, Make-up_Kim Jong nn, Prop Design_Kim Sang Hee

Ticketing
www.jeongdongtheater.com

VIP : 60,000₩
R : 50,000₩
S : 40,000₩

Inquiry
02-751-1500

[The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Understanding Traditional Korean Dance! The Charismatic Solo Dance of Jang Noksu, the Gyobang Fan Dance!!

@noksutagram <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> Understanding traditional Korean dance – the Gyobang Fan dance

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance

<The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>

The king of traditional Korean dances!

At <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>, you can witness the beauty of Korean dance and the charming ‘Jang Noksu’ with her dance skills!!

This time, we will go through the dances shown in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> one by one!

For the third post of this series, this is the “gyobang fan dance”, a charismatic solo dance performed by Jang Noksu for the hallyangs, as seen in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>! 🙂

The Gyobang Fan Dance

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Hallyang_Yoon Sungjoon, Park Dongchan, Lee Jungdae, Nam Yongwoo

The hallyangs arrived at Gaheungcheong after hearing rumours of the whereabouts of Jang Noksu!

They even snorted and behaved rudely during the gyobang dance (敎坊舞) performed not by Jang Noksu, but by other gisaengs…

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Jang Noksu role_Jo Haneul

At that moment, Jang Noksu appears out of nowhere……!!!

She then reveals all the talent and gisaeng arts she possesses!!

A dance performed at gyobang while holding a fan, this is known as the “gyobang fan dance”, a solo dance of Jang Noksu!!!

There’s another secret hidden within this “gyobang fan dance”!

And the secret is that this dance is danced along to the rhythm of the drunggaengi (a type of traditional Korean drum), a village ritual of the east coast region…!!

The ‘drunggaengi rhythm’ is one of the rhythms originating from the village ritual of the east coast region. It consists of complicated rhythms and is difficult to dance along to!

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Jang Noksu role_Jo Haneul

The choreographer of the performance, Jung Hyejin, revealed this in an interview.

I wanted to express Jang Noksu as a character with an excellent sense of rhythm. To me, the drunggaengi rhythm of the village ritual of the east coast region is a mystical and difficult rhythm. If Jang Noksu could show her mastery of this rhythm with ease, it would give an impression of her being an extremely talented entertainer. That was why I included this rhythm in the choreography.

Source: Cheonji-ilbo [Meeting Artists] Femme Fatale Jang Noksu, a New Birth as an Entertainer – Reporter Ji Seungyeon

http://www.newscj.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=511512

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Jang Noksu role_Jo Haneul

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Jang Noksu role_Jo Haneul

Dancing to the mystical and delightful ‘drunggaengi rhythm’, Jang Noksu shows the finest gisaeng arts of Joseon!

You can verify the talent of Joseon’s best gisaeng through the gyobang fan dance, the finest dance performed by entertainer Jang Noksu and a definite scene-stealer of the performance 🙂

Come and see Jang Noksu’s dangerous and impressive dancing skills at Jeongdong Theater! 🙂

Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance
<The Palace: Jang Noksu>

2018.04.05 ~ OPEN RUN
Tue – Sat 4PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Viewing age of 48 months and above

STAFF
Choreographer_Jeong Hye Jin, Director_Oh Kyeong Taek, Writer_Kyeong Min Seon, Composer_Kim Cheol Hwan, Art Director_Park Dong Woo, Lighting Design_Sin Ho, Video Design_Jeong Jae Jin, Costume Design_Lee Ho Jun, Make-up_Kim Jong nn, Prop Design_Kim Sang Hee

Ticketing
www.jeongdongtheater.com

VIP : 60,000₩
R : 50,000₩
S : 40,000₩

Inquiry
02-751-1500

[EMILE] Getting to Jeongdong Theater in Gyeongju!

Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance <EMILE> is currently running at Gyeongju, the ancient capital of South Korea!

In this post, we’ll be showing you how to get to the venue of <EMILE>, Gyeongju World Culture EXPO Park!

There are several ways to get to Gyeongju World Culture EXPO Park.

1. By car

You can reach the venue by car with this address.

Gyeongju World Culture EXPO Park, Gyeonggam-ro 614, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea

2. By taxi

With the same address provided above, you can take a taxi to reach the venue and the fare may be 8,000 KRW ~ 12,000 KRW.

3. By infra-city bus (EXPO park – Express Bus Terminal)

You can choose between two routes if you take this mode of transportation.

Route 1

No.10 > Terminal > Event Hall (leave every 11 minutes)
Terminal → Gyeongju Station → Bunhwangsa Temple → Event Hall → Gyeongju Folk Craft Village → Bulguksa Temple → Tongiljeon→ Anapju Pond, Cheomseongdae → Gyeongju Station

Route 2

No.18, No.100, No.500 > Terminal > Event Hall (leave every 15 minutes)
Terminal → Gyeongju Station → Bunhwangsa Temple → Event Hall → Gampo, Yangnam, Amgok
Terminal → EXPO Event Hall (take about 20 minutes)
Terminal → EXPO Event Hall (take about 15 minutes)

Gyeongju Express Bus Terminal (054)741-4000
Gyeongju Inter-city Terminal (054)743-5599

4. By train

Seoul → Gyeongju / run 4 times a day
Gyeongju → Seoul / run 4 times a day

Seoul → Singyeongju KTX / run 19~22 times a day / 05:30 (the first train)~21:30 (the last train)
Singyeongju → Seoul KTX / run 22 times a day / 05:33 (the first train)~21:59 (the last train)

At Singyeongju station, there’s a shuttle bus that will take you directly to Gyeongju World Culture EXPO Park.

Singyeongju – Gyeongju EXPO Park Shuttle Bus: No. 700 / 06:00~22:00 (every 20 minutes)

※ Information Call: Gyeongju Station (054)743-4117
Singyeongju Station (054)6113-8004 / KORAIL (www.korail.com)​

With so many ways to get to Gyeongju World Culture EXPO Park, you can be sure that your trip to Gyeongju will be smooth and hassle-free, making your experience of watching <EMILE> an enjoyable and relaxing one.

We hope to see you there soon! 🙂

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance

<EMILE>

2018.05.22 ~ OPEN RUN

Tue – Sat 7.30PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)

Gyeongju World Culture Expo’s Cultural Center Performance Hall

STAFF

Choreographer·Director_Kim Chunghan, Writer_Lee Byeongjun, Composer_Kim Taegeun, Stage·Prop Design_Im Il-jin, Lighting_Won Donggyu, Video_Kim Jangyeon, Costume_Yeo Jihye, Makeup_So Ingyeong

Ticketing

www.jeongdongtheater.com

R : 30,000₩

S : 20,000₩

Inquiry

054-740-3800

[EMILE] Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance ‘Silla:EMILE’ Promotional Video

Hello, this is Jeongdong Theater!

Our promotional video for 2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance ‘EMILE’ (Silla:EMILE) is here!

Get a sneak peek of the exciting plot, beautiful stage setup and talented cast in this video~!

‘The Legend of Love Encompassing a Millennium’

Overcoming the ambition of power, love and the anguish of sacrifice have risen. Once again, a noble story of the history of Silla is written.

Continuing from Silla The Land of Gods, Songs in Praise of Giparang and Basilla, this is the fourth story of the thousand-year history of the once brilliant Silla.

What are you waiting for?

Grab your tickets now and watch the full performance of this beautiful yet heart-wrenching love story yourself!

2018 Jeongdong Theater Gyeongju Brand Performance

<EMILE>

2018.05.22 ~ OPEN RUN

Tue – Sat 7.30PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)

Gyeongju World Culture Expo’s Cultural Center Performance Hall

STAFF

Choreographer·Director_Kim Chunghan, Writer_Lee Byeongjun, Composer_Kim Taegeun, Stage·Prop Design_Im Il-jin, Lighting_Won Donggyu, Video_Kim Jangyeon, Costume_Yeo Jihye, Makeup_So Ingyeong

Ticketing

www.jeongdongtheater.com

R : 30,000₩

S : 20,000₩

Inquiry

054-740-3800

[The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Understanding Traditional Korean Dance! The Royal Court Dance (佳人剪牧丹)!!

@noksutagram <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> Understanding traditional Korean dance – the Royal Court dance

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance

<The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>

The king of traditional Korean dances!

At <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>, you can witness the beauty of Korean dance and the charming ‘Jang Noksu’ with her dance skills!!

This time, we will go through the dances shown in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> one by one!

For the second post of this series, the dance shown in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> is the beautiful Korean court dance, the royal court dance (佳人剪牧丹)!

The Royal Court Dance (佳人剪牧丹)

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] The royal court dance_ Hong Yoojin, Kim Hyesoo, Kim Minjeong, Kim Hana, Park Sohyun

The royal court dance is a creative court dance created by Crown Prince Hyomyeong during the reign of Sunjo of the Joseon dynasty!

The name of the dance translates to ‘beautiful people plucking peonies’ and during the dance, vases filled with bloomed peonies are placed at the center of the stage.

Placing the focus on the vases, this is a spectacular and lovely dance.

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] The royal court dance

During the performance, the dignity of King Yeonsan and the magnificence of the king’s quarters are emphasised through the scene of the royal court dance!

This is a royal dance which you can literally feel the grandeur of the royal dance of Joseon and the elegance of the beautiful peonies 🙂

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] The royal court dance_Park Sohyun

The royal court dance was made by Crown Prince Hyomyeong for the enjoyment of his father during the late Joseon period.

The court dance that fell into the danger of extinction after the Japanese colonial rule can be seen again through <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>!

The dance that was reenacted during March of 1923 for the celebration of the 50th birthday of King Sunjong and during July of 1930 for the celebration of the return of Crown Prince Euimin to Korea.

This unique royal court dance can be seen at 2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>!

Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance
<The Palace: Jang Noksu>

2018.04.05 ~ OPEN RUN
Tue – Sat 4PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Viewing age of 48 months and above

STAFF
Choreographer_Jeong Hye Jin, Director_Oh Kyeong Taek, Writer_Kyeong Min Seon, Composer_Kim Cheol Hwan, Art Director_Park Dong Woo, Lighting Design_Sin Ho, Video Design_Jeong Jae Jin, Costume Design_Lee Ho Jun, Make-up_Kim Jong nn, Prop Design_Kim Sang Hee

Ticketing
www.jeongdongtheater.com

VIP : 60,000₩
R : 50,000₩
S : 40,000₩

Inquiry
02-751-1500

[The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Understanding Traditional Korean Dance! The Gyobang Dance (敎坊舞)!!

@noksutagram <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> Understanding traditional Korean dance – the Gyobang dance

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance

<The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>

The king of traditional Korean dances!

At <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>, you can witness the beauty of Korean dance and the charming ‘Jang Noksu’ with her dance skills!!

This time, we will go through the dances shown in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> one by one!

To begin, this is the gyobang dance (敎坊舞) which shows the impressive gibang culture in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>!

Gyobang Dance (敎坊舞)

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Gyobang dance_Park Jiyeon, Lee Seungmin, Hong Yoojin

Gyobang dance is a dance that centres around the gisaengs who teach, learn and perform the dance!

Gyobang (敎坊) is an institution that is in charge of the singing and dancing of gisaengs, and that was how the name of the dance came about!

In the performance, the gisaengs perform an impressive gyobang dance as a response to the hallyangs who entered Gaheungcheong to find ‘Jang Noksu’!

Also, during the performance, the scene revealing the sensual inner thoughts of the hallyang is also hidden somewhere…..!!

On the outside, the dignity of the yangban may be shown, however, their true colours do not reflect this. Together with the gyobang dance, the slapstick comedy style that criticises the yangban can be seen!

The charming gyobang dance that reflects the balanced beauty using the minimum to achieve the maximum effect and also one that uses the beauty of symmetry to reveal the oddities of the upper class!!

You can find this in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>, a combined gift set of traditional Korean dances 🙂

Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance
<The Palace: Jang Noksu>

2018.04.05 ~ OPEN RUN
Tue – Sat 4PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Viewing age of 48 months and above

STAFF
Choreographer_Jeong Hye Jin, Director_Oh Kyeong Taek, Writer_Kyeong Min Seon, Composer_Kim Cheol Hwan, Art Director_Park Dong Woo, Lighting Design_Sin Ho, Video Design_Jeong Jae Jin, Costume Design_Lee Ho Jun, Make-up_Kim Jong nn, Prop Design_Kim Sang Hee

Ticketing
www.jeongdongtheater.com

VIP : 60,000₩
R : 50,000₩
S : 40,000₩

Inquiry
02-751-1500