It is one of the most renowned non verbal shows in South Korea. It is very nice and worth the hype. For best price I would recommend booking tickets early online to get discounts appx. 10000-12000 won per ticket.
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First off, this is my personal opinion on the show (don't mean for any misunderstandings or hate) To start off, I bought VIP seats for the Nanta show, after reading the amazing reviews and feedbacks from others. I went in expectedly (maybe I put too...More
We were all booked up for this show upon arrival in Seoul. We were happy to choose to stay in Myeongdong and the theatre is only 5 minutes walk from out hotel. Along the street to the theatre, many street food is available. This is...More
Went with hubby and kids and we enjoyed the show. We brought our tickets via Changi Recommend website and had some discount. Do take noted that you need to collect your tickets at least one hour in advance and the ticketing counter opens at 1pm....More
I enjoyed the performance - even though the comedy is slapstick, the energy and rhythm was good. Plus, you don't need to speak Korean to understand the show! We picked the cheapest tickets (about $40AUD) with seats up the back but still had a good...More
You need to do some cultural activities while travelling, but language is always a problem. Sometimes they provide English translation, but it disturbs your concentration on the show and it is even not correct. But NANTA is a perfect non-verbal show with sound, performance, fun....More
From the begging to the end of the show we had so much fun, it was just hilarious and the actors made an incredible performance. The show is a mix of acting, music, dance, circus skills...everything perfectly synchronize in a kitchen as a main space....More
It was entertaining for most, especially kids, but I found it too long and quite boring. I have to say that I had a greater time at The Painters:Hero show compared to this. Oh well, different strokes for different folks!
Imagine a stage show that is part Musical, comedy, cooking show, martial arts and add a dash of audience participation and you have Nanta. A very fun and funny show. I was lucky enough to get dragged up on stage which I'll never forget. No...More