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Dinner Cruise / 3 hours

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Dinner Cruise


Seoul (D)
Discover the charms of Seoul by cruising at a relaxed pace aboard the Buffet Dinner Cruise, and enjoy an exciting and memorable evening amidst the enchanting atmosphere. Depart from the Yeouido wharf at 19:30, and cruise along the brightly lit apartments and office buildings, blinking street lights and under the illuminated bridges.

You will be delighted with a breathtaking river views, an engaging assortment of bountiful buffet with a combination of Korean, Chinese and Japanese cuisine along with a pick up dish, live music and performance. With all above features combined, the tour will be a moment of your lasting memory. The cruise operates from Tuesday to Sunday.

Jump Seoul / 3 hours

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Cultural Performance

Seoul (- - -)

Your evening is highlighted with JUMP featuring spectacular Martial Arts. This dynamic show fuses the ancient Korean fighting arts of Taekwondo with Taekyeon and other Asian martial arts. Throw in a dash of acrobatics, and you have one hell of an evening out. Never lets the spectacular acrobatics obscure some fine comic acting. Previous martial arts shows have focused mostly on the craft, with the technique itself being the show.

JUMP is non verbal performance that is the first show of its kind to blend martial arts performance with a compelling and hilarious narrative. Fantasy and fighting come together as acrobatics and martial arts combine in a dazzling and jaw dropping performance usually seen just on movie screens. Set in an average Korean home, JUMP is centered around a typical, but dramatically agile, Korean family - from the authoritarian grandfather, drunken uncle and Taekwondo chopping mother to the awkward girlfriend's suitor.

Jump features lively actors, each with their own distinct moves and thoroughly entertaining stage presence. Performers mix acrobatics and martial arts in a highly technical, but fun for all ages, display that accelerates as the show reaches its climax. The audience is likely to forget that at heart this is a simple family drama due to the creativity and energy that brings this story to life. Each member is a martial arts expert, possessing championship level of Taekwondo and gymnastic skills. They enjoy nothing more than challenging each other to martial arts showdowns, displaying their awe-inspiring expertise. The plot thickens when two burglars break into the family home in the middle of the night - one a sleek, mean villain, the other a plump, bumbling idiot - complete with rather scary hair! When the family discovers the intruders, a mighty battle ensues. What follows is an incredible display of acrobatic and martial arts skills, with a healthy dose of slapstick humor. No tour on Mondays.

Nanta Seoul / 3 hours

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Cultural Performance

Seoul (- - -)

A frying pan, a water bottle, a pot, a chopping board, a knife and other kitchen utensils are transformed into musical instruments in the hands of the performers. You will marvel at the haunting and heart-stirring music based upon Korean Samulnori rhythms combined with give distinctive characters, comic explosion.

Nanta is the only and the best entertaining performance with a high energy, easy-watch experience, infectious rhythm and non-verbal humor that cuts across both age and international barriers. Nanta is the first Korean performance based on traditional Korean rhythmical music, but is mixed with European style dance movements. The creative settings used in the musical, such as the large kitchen stage, are quite impressive. Nanta is about four Korean chefs preparing a wedding dinner at a restaurant. As the chefs receive the order from the manager to finish making the dinner within an hour, the cooking process suddenly turns into a percussion music performance.

The performers play the highly energetic Korean traditional percussion music, Samulnori, using all sorts of kitchenware such as chopping knives, cutting boards, vats, pots and stew pans. The performance follows the endearing chefs as they struggle to overcome the rivalries, trials and tribulations that are inevitable when there are too many cooks in the kitchen and an overzealous manager. The result is a feast for the senses as the chefs use every kitchen utensil in the kitchen, as well as their own bodies to drum out rhythms and draw laughter from the audience.


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