Arko Art Theatre
Named after a Korean hero, the coach of Korea’s 2002 World Cup soccer team, this is an expensive but very pleasant pool parlour, up on...
Arko Art Centre
Interesting avant-garde art is assembled in three large galleries, run by the Arts Council Korea. The big red-brick complex (designed by...
Hanguk Performing Arts Centre
In this large red-brick complex, designed by Kim Swoo-geun, are the main and small halls of both the Arko Art Theatre and Daehangno Arts...
Perhaps the world’s largest café, with masses of different zones and hideaway spots, each with their own decor and furniture. Spread...
Arko Art Theatre information
This large red-brick theatre was designed by leading architect Kim Swoo-geun and opened in 1981. The 600-seat and 150-seat venues put on a varied dance-oriented program of events and shows, as well as hosting the annual Seoul Performing Arts Festival and the International Modern Dance Festival .