Sejong Center – Seoulistic

Sejong Center

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(세종 문화회관)

Seoul’s version of New York’s Lincoln Center, the Seojong Center is a multicultural art center housed in a newly renovated building that opened in 2007. The main sections comprise of  the Grand Theater, Sejong M Theater, Sejong Chamber Hall and the Exhibition Hall. Here you can find wide range of arts that include solo classical musical performances, orchestral shows, operas, theater productions and traditional Korean dance as well. This is one of the best places to go on a date in Seoul for a classy night out, and is great even if you’re with a friend or flying solo and want to see art and performances in Seoul.

Operating Hours:
Vary according to show
Vary according to show
Phone Number:
175, Jongno-gu, Sejong-daero, Seoul, South Korea
Subway Station:
Gwangwahmun Station (Line 5)

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