Musicals entice with a touch of mystery 2013/02/03, Source,
The scene "I am an American Woman" from the Korean production of Dutch musical "Rebecca" in which most of the action takes place in a dimly lit mansion called Manderely. Provided by EMK Production
Directors say they seldom work on musicals in the 'mystery' genre. Most Korean theatergoers enjoy shows with some catchy songs, dance moves and romance. But directors of the two musicals "Rebecca", which kicked off its nearly three-month run on Jan. 12, and "Arsene Lupin", which will start next month, say their shows have mystery and detective themes to "make the audience get involved" and "try not to miss a scene". "What I've realized while watching audiences as they watch musicals is that they are trying to work out what's going on as they get this thriller mystery story of 'Rebecca' little by little", said Robert Johanson, director of "Rebecca", during a press conference at the LG Arts Center on Jan. 17,...More
TICKET 2013/01/06, Source, The Korean production of Frank Wildhorn's musical "Rudolf", based on the novel "A Nervous Splendor", is in the midst of its four-month run at the Chungmu Art Hall. See THEATER. Provided by the organizer
MUSIC SON YEOL-EUM Seoul Arts Center, Concert Hall March 7: Classical pianist Son Yeol-eum will be holding a concert at the Concert Hall of the Seoul Arts Center. It's her first Time performing at the venue. The 27-year-old has won numerous awards including the Silver Medal at the 13th International Van Cliburn Piano Competition as well as the second prize at the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition,...More
Art and Culture 2012/09/07, Source,
It's finally Friday and many of you may have already planned your weekend outings. But for those of you who are still in need of a few ideas, our Michelle Kim is here with suggestions for some fun arts and culture events.
Hello Michelle [Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young So what do you have for us[Reporter : ] Today I have two things from the theater. There is a musical adaptation of a classic novel and a festival that brings works from the global stage to Seoul. Take a look. Charles Dickens' novel "A Tale of Two Cities" was first made into a musical on Broadway in 2007. Now, it comes to Seoul to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Dickens' birth. The show continues at Chungmu Art Hall through October 7th,...More
"Love Again" viewing percentage goes up 2012/05/02, Source,
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on the 3rd, the third episode of "Love Again" rated 1.86%. This is 0.488% higher than the second episode.
"Love Again" started off with a decent percentage of 1.786% but fell slightly on the second episode. Then the third episode showed it didn't have a long way to go until 2%,...More
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