Hello, travelers to South Korea! Greetings from a member of Trazy crew! 🙂
Today, I would like to introduce you a great Korean musical performance called Cookin’ NANTA Show. For those of you who are looking for a fun and unique performance show to watch with your friends and family in Seoul, South Korea, this is the perfect one for you!
Attracting more than 11.12 million viewers worldwide, it is absolutely an amazing show you must watch at least once when you are in South Korea.
If you have never heard of this show, it is a fun, high-energy Korean musical performance combining the Korean traditional music ‘Samulnori’ with acrobatic cooking and dance.
If you decide to watch this show, I can guarantee you that you made a great choice! (Two thumbs up from me!) 😉NANTA’s production company not only runs the show in Korea but also in many other countries and cities. If you do come across this show in other countries than South Korea, you should grab the opportunity and watch it.
You can watch this show in any of the three NANTA theaters in Seoul – Myeongdong, Chungjeongro and Hongdae (I watched it at Myeongdong theater). For directions of the theaters, click here.
Anyways, now let me show and tell you how this NANTA show was (promise to be 100% honest)!You can find this banner on the street in front of the Myeongdong NANTA Theater building. It’s easy to spot, so no worries.There are two ways (stairs/elevator) to get to the theater, but I took the stairs.Here’s a timetable for the show in Myeongdong NANTA Theater.And here’s the poster of all the performers under NANTA production company. I bet after watching the show, you’ll be checking out this poster again to see who the performers were. 😉This is NANTA’s main poster. Can you feel the vibes?!This is the ticket booth on site where you only have to show Trazy’s mobile voucher to the staff and redeem it to a real ticket. Here’s the photo of the ticket. My seat was No. 6 in Row S on the first floor!
A locker that you can keep your belongings and valuable things safely! Nice.
A photo zone where you and your friends or family can become a chef!There’s a gift shop, too! From T-shirts, mugs to little statues of chefs, take a look around and see if there’s anything you like. So, how about buying a souvenir after watching the show? 😉There’s also a small cafe where you can buy snacks and drinks (but you aren’t supposed to eat or drink during the show).Look how cool the entrance door is decorated with these kitchen utensils -pans, lids, grills and many more you can find in your own kitchen!And check out how cute the staff uniform is! The fork, spoon and knife…Perfectly matches with the show!This is the bulletin board where you can see the lineup of performers of the day. My team was Green (I can say they were really talented and funny, too)!Here’s the seating chart. The theater is big enough to accommodate up to 386 people.This is what the stage looks like from the second floor. Now let’s head downstairs to the first floor before the show begins!My seat was No. 6 in Row H on the first floor, which is a little bit left of the center of the section.
Go ahead and check out NANTA’s Facebook page and ‘Like’ if you enjoyed it! Don’t forget to ‘Like’ Trazy’s awesome Facebook page as well! 😉REMEMBER. Taking photos or videos are not allowed during the performance (including myself)! That’s why you must go and see for yourself!So, the show is about 4 cooks having to prepare food for a wedding reception in limited time. In their process of cooking, the cooks make amazing music beats with all sorts of kitchen utensils including kitchen knives, pots and pans!
While the explosive drum beats and rhythms were making my shoulders up and down, the vegetables and dishes were flying in the air! That’s why the stage got kind of messy, but you can feel the vibes just by looking at this photo, right? 😉
Overall Evaluation of Cookin’ NANTA Show
Overall, this show is full of excitement and humor and I highly recommend to those who have never seen a Korean performance show before! The show is very interactive, too.
From time to time during the show, the audience had an opportunity to engage in the performance. Not only it seemed fun for them to actually participate and perform (it would be an unforgettable experience), but it was fun for the other audience to watch them as well. Plus, there’s a surprise event in the end so look forward to it as well! And because I couldn’t take a photo of the actual show, you must come and see for yourself how vibrant and entertaining NANTA show is! So, hurry up and grab your tickets now as the seats tend to run out quickly since the show is very popular. The ticket is available here.
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