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Shows and Musical Entertainment
NANTA
4.60
NANTA is the longest-running show in Korea's history, and it is east to see why! This non-verbal performance about three cooks hurrying to finish a wedding banquet combines humor, dance, samul nori percussion and tons of energy for an unforgettable show. Get your tickets for the Myeongdong or Hongdae theaters is Seoul, or the Jeju show!

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Latest reviews of NANTA

If i have a chance i will go to see it one more time

2018/11/02 Solo Travelers Olga Baiubina

It is great and very emotional performance. I have not seen something like this before...only 5 actors...they are playing with such an energy and anphusiasm...it makes the mood and all emotions to rise up ...you want to ... more

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NANTA in Myeongdong

2018/01/26 Couples TJL

We had an absolute laugh at the NANTA show. Was a great cultural experience in a great part of town. Would go again for sure.

Great show!

2017/11/22 Couples FaAhaav

It was superb, my husband and I were laughing so hard and we really enjoyed it. Will definitely be back to watch it again. You should too! No regrets

Not to miss!

2017/09/07 Solo Travelers Suzy

Really great and funny show! The cast were amazing and so full of energy. I highly recommend it!

Myeondong Nanta Show booking experience

2017/06/19 Families Chuah

It was easy to book and pay via Veltra, getting the tickets here came with a discount as well. The show itself was super exciting and interactive as well, recommended activity for sure. :))

One of the best experiences in Seoul

2017/06/17 Families Ying

Set in a kitchen, it's none of the cooking show you would expect on TV. The Nanta show is original and funny. Vibrant, full of rhythms, actions, acrobatic stunts, humor, and spices. You can enjoy the show without knowin... more

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NANTA (Shows and Musical Entertainment), Korea tours & activities, fun things to do in Korea | VELTRA
NANTA is the longest-running show in Korea's history, and it is east to see why! This non-verbal performance about three cooks hurrying to finish a wedding banquet combines humor, dance, samul nori percussion and tons of energy for an unforgettable show. Get your tickets for the Myeongdong or Hongdae theaters is Seoul, or the Jeju show!