Jeju opened an exclusive theatre for Nanta, a non-verbal performance, which has now become a representative cultural tourist item in Korea, on April 2008. The Jeju Theatre for Nanta, located at Art Theater of Jeju Media Center, has a total of 336 seats inclusive of 128 of VIP seats and 208 of S-class seats. Visitors may enjoy the exciting rhythm of Nanta, which is marking its 11th year in Jeju Island, a natural tourist attraction in Korea. The non-verbal performance has become one of the most popular events among local/international visitors to Jeju as the place has relatively fewer leisure activities to do at night.
How To Go There:
From Jeju International Airport, take bus 200 or 300.
Get off at Jeju Culture & Art Center. (문예회관; Munye Hoegwan)
Walk 300m towards Sinsan Park.
Take a taxi from Jeju International Airport to Jeju Media Center. (10-15min)