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Visitor Usage Rule

General Information

Closure : Every Monday (Performance Hall only), New Year’s Day, Lunar New Year’s Day, Korean Thanksgiving Day

Hall Opening Hours : 09:00 - 22:00 (on performance days, Office : 09:00 -18:00)

Rules for Audiences (Article 23 and 24 of Ordinance)

Article 23 (Restriction on Watching) If any of the following list is relevant, the Mayor shall restrict the entrance of the facilities or order the violator’s removal from the Hall.

  • 1. Patients with infectious diseases
  • 2. People who has an article that can harm others or disturb the performance
  • 3. People who has a ticket without approval seal of the Hall
  • 4. People who should be restricted from the entry or watched by the mayor for the safety and maintenance of the preservation of order within the Hall.

Article 24 (Restriction on Action)

  • ① Audiences shall not do the followings in the Hall.
    • 1. Smoking or drinking
    • 2. Shooting light or filming the performance without the approval of mayor
    • 3. Disturbing others by speaking loudly or making noise.
  • ② Mayor shall order the person out of the Hall if he/she did any of the Items of Paragraph 1.

Common Courtesy for Watching Performance

To enjoy the performance Arrive 30 minutes early
The first thing that you should do to enjoy the performance effectively is to understand the contents of performance. Finding information or data about the performance through the internet, or searching for the related programs will be helpful to understand the work. In principle, hall doors are not open once the performance starts. If late comers think they are able to enter, it would be more polite to not to disturb other audience during the performance. Please follow the instruction of house staffs and go to your seat during the break time. Therefore, it is better to arrive at the performance hall 30 minutes early and sit on the seat 10 minutes before the performance starts, so you can enjoy it comfortably.
No food and Drinks in the Hall Neat appearance
No foods and drinks can be carried in the performance hall. Your little carelessness can disturb the performer and other audiences in their seats, and spoil the mood of performance hall. Please enter the performance hall after you finish your food or drinks outside. In principle, wearing a suit is encouraged etiquette when coming to the performance hall. However, if not available, neat clothes and shoes should be worn to not to disturb other audiences.
Admissions over 8 years old Moving in the hall to find an empty seat
Sometimes, there are problems because of the audiences with children younger than 7 years old who actually can’t enter. It is basic etiquette to have a family watch the child or leave them at the play room when visiting the performance hall. If not available, leaving children at the children’s play room in our hall with other children would be a good idea. Please do not disturb yourself and other audience members because of the children. Moving to an empty seat during the performance is very rude to the performers and other audience members, so please refrain from moving around during the performance and please keep your seats.
Articles that should be avoided at the performance hall No photos or recordings Taking picture and voice recording is absolutely discouraged
Anything that makes a lot of noises such as vinyl products, wreaths, snacks, drinks, etc. should be stored in the locker, and cell phones should be turned off or on vibrating mode when you enter the hall. Avoiding any behaviors that might disturb other audiences is the common courtesy in performance hall. Only the professionals who have prior approval can take pictures and record.
To enjoy the performance
The first thing that you should do to enjoy the performance effectively is to understand the contents of performance. Finding information or data about the performance through the internet, or searching for the related programs will be helpful to understand the work.
Arrive 30 minutes early
In principle, hall doors are not open once the performance starts. If late comers think they are able to enter, it would be more polite to not to disturb other audience during the performance. Please follow the instruction of house staffs and go to your seat during the break time. Therefore, it is better to arrive at the performance hall 30 minutes early and sit on the seat 10 minutes before the performance starts, so you can enjoy it comfortably.
No food and Drinks in the Hall
No foods and drinks can be carried in the performance hall. Your little carelessness can disturb the performer and other audiences in their seats, and spoil the mood of performance hall. Please enter the performance hall after you finish your food or drinks outside.
Neat appearance
In principle, wearing a suit is encouraged etiquette when coming to the performance hall. However, if not available, neat clothes and shoes should be worn to not to disturb other audiences.
Admissions over 8 years old
Sometimes, there are problems because of the audiences with children younger than 7 years old who actually can’t enter. It is basic etiquette to have a family watch the child or leave them at the play room when visiting the performance hall. If not available, leaving children at the children’s play room in our hall with other children would be a good idea. Please do not disturb yourself and other audience members because of the children.
Moving in the hall to find an empty seat
Moving to an empty seat during the performance is very rude to the performers and other audience members, so please refrain from moving around during the performance and please keep your seats.
Articles that should be avoided at the performance hall
Anything that makes a lot of noises such as vinyl products, wreaths, snacks, drinks, etc. should be stored in the locker, and cell phones should be turned off or on vibrating mode when you enter the hall. Avoiding any behaviors that might disturb other audiences is the common courtesy in performance hall.
No photos or recordings Taking picture and voice recording is absolutely discouraged
Only the professionals who have prior approval can take pictures and record.