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Jeju NANTA Theatre
Jeju NANTA Theatre

Jeju NANTA Theatre

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56-26 Seondolmokdong-gil, Odeung-dong, Jeju

The Basics

There’s a Nanta ticket option to suit all budgets and traveler types. Choose between standard and VIP seats, and combine your admission ticket with round-trip hotel transportation or a traditional Korean meal. A ticket to a Nanta performance is a staple of most multi-day Jeju packages, which typically include accommodation and meals and visit sites such as Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, Seongeup Folk Village, and the Manjang Cave, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • A must-see show for travelers visiting South Korea for the first time.

  • A non-verbal performance makes the show understandable regardless of the language you speak.

  • Jeju Nanta Theatre is both wheelchair and stroller accessible.

  • Families, students, and followers of the Nanta Instagram account are entitled to discounted tickets.

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How to Get There

Jeju Nanta Theatre is located in the northern part of the island, close to Jeju City. Public bus numbers 441 and 442 service the theater; disembark at the Jeju Starlight World Park bus stop just a few minutes’ walk away from the theater’s entrance.

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When to Get There

Performances at Jeju Nanta Theatre typically occur at 5pm daily, with additional showtimes at 8pm on some days. Check the theater’s calendar, and book your ticket in advance to ensure you secure a ticket at the time that is most convenient for you.

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Nightlife in Jeju

Although Jeju isn’t famous for the same raucous nightlife as South Korea’s capital of Seoul, the island still provides plenty of nighttime activities. Lovers of the night sky can head to Jeju Starlight World and Planetarium, while foodies can check out Dongmun Traditional Market, which comes to life after the sun sets.

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