|Nanta Show - South Korea |
longest running live show
We enjoyed the show and laughed at the silly slapstick using vegetables and kitchen utensil to make music. Little M laughed the loudest at the silly restaurant manager. As the show progressed on the slapstick worn off and we laughed less and less. After the first hour the plot seems to get drier and drier. Then when they got participation from the audience, the show just gone downhill from there. I was glad when it ended, as by then my bottom had started to ache for sitting too long on the hard seat. Nevertheless it was still a good sit-back-and-enjoy-non-verbal show. With the end of the show, the curtain also closing in on our time in South Korea. We cal it a night early as we have to leave Seoul in the wee hours tomorrow for the journey home.
After 7 days of touring of South Korea, we were by then raring to go home. It had been a fruitful 7 days and we enjoyed our time in South Korea very much included the Nanta Show which was indeed our last piece of activity. The following day we were taken to a souvenir near Incheon Airport for breakfast. After a bowl of tasteless noodle in kimchi soup, we went up to the souvenir shop where we bought some goodies and souvenirs to take back home to distribute to friends and relatives.
Here are some pictures I took at Nanta Show.
Location: MyeongDong NANTA Theatre, 3F UNESCO Bldg., Myeong-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
Tip: Do book tickets online to save on cost!