Performed in 303 cities in 53 countries through 4,154 performances.
Nanta is by far the most popular and real Korean non-verbal performance that anyone can enjoy.
Discover the theatre on the beautiful Jeju Island and enjoy the show.
Watch Korea's longest running show at Nanta Jeju Theatre, where you can find young artists and their works
Get ready to be surprised by a perfect combination of Korean traditional music, martial art, acrobatics, and culinary skills
Laugh along to the country's top non-verbal show
Ticket to the NANTA Show at Jeju Theatre
Jeju, Jeju-do, South Korea
What To Expect ?
Since its debut in 1997, Nanta has become Korea's most popular theatrical show, drawing the largest audiences in the history of performing arts in South Korea. Nanta integrates Korean drumming routines with western performance styles, and is one of the “Top Ten Things to See in Seoul”. Using various kitchen items, this high energy performance combines dancing, percussion, acrobatics, and visual humor to delight audiences of all ages. Due to its huge success, Nanta opened a new theater in Jeju so that tourists in Jeju can also feel the heat and passion of Nanta.
During the show, three cooks start their day. While they are busy preparing the dishes, a bad tampered manager appears and orders them to prepare food for a wedding by 6 o'clock in the afternoon. The cooks quickly begin to work, peeling this here, chopping that there, and frying it over there, the whole kitchen rocks and rushes. At last, the finally have all the jobs done and invite the audience to a thrilling and powerful party performance.
Price and availability
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Babies under 1 year of age are not allowed to enter the show
Free cancellation up to 48 hours before activity starts