Saturday, 18 May 2013

Watching A Korean Performance? Buy A Rush Ticket!

When my friend Sharise and I attended the Korea In Motion's opening ceremony last September 1, 2012, at Cheonggyecheon, where the Korea Tourism Organization launched the campaign, including a flash mob at Insadong, to promote the Korean performances in Seoul, we saw excerpts from interesting Korean performances which were highly recommendable for those who visit Seoul and who want other memorable things to do aside from sightseeing. They should also watch these Korean performances!
So, when my friend Cielo, from the Philippines, came to Seoul last year, I brought her to Daehang-no to watch the Korean musicale Hwarang. She and her friends, Itchay, Jenny and Marlu already watched JUMP, Fanta-Stick and Ballerina Who Loves B-Boy, which are both non-verbal performances. For a change, Cielo wanted something different. So, I accompanied to watch her, and we were both impressed!
Hwarang, the musicale, was showcased by Korea In Motion (KOINMO) last year at the opening ceremony, and if I personally know of somebody who came to watch that musicale because of KOINMO, then I say the campaign was a success!
And as the KOINMO campaign continues, they are selling tickets to these Korean performance at discounted prices. All you need to do is visit their homepage, Korea In Motion, to choose which performance you want to watch and check for any Rush Ticket available on the date of the performance. These tickets have 30% discount!
As these Rush Tickets are limited for each performance, I suggest you get them early! That's why they're called Rush Tickets!
               (The Rush Ticket flyers. Pizza not included.)


  1. It's been a while since I last saw a live cultural performance. When i finally have the funds to visit SK, I will include this in my list. :)

    Btw, the food in the pics attracted me too haha

    1. Yes, I highly recommend you include watching a performance in your itinerary. It will be a different experience. As to the yummy dishes, I had to think of something different as posting the flyer would just be plain and boring.