Online concerts and shows to enjoy during year-end holiday
Updated: 2020-12-29 17:07:19 KST
"To encourage citizens to stay home at the year's end, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has prepared a special website with a range of performances from national and public art centers."
"People can enjoy performances and exhibitions from national and public art organizations online, as well as interesting content from the Science Ministry, Korea Meteorological Administration and local governments."
As well as that special content, there's lots of other online shows to end the year with.
Seoul Donhwamun Traditional Theater's online year-end concert includes AkDanGwangChil. The band uses traditional Korean instruments to perform folk songs in a contemporary style.
Namsan Arts Center will close its doors at the end of December, but it has prepared a special farewell gift.
Through the SFACTV channel on Naver TV and YouTube, which includes subtitles and sign language, it will show the play 'Human Fuga', based on Hang Kang's novel depicting the tragedy of the May 1980 Gwangju incident.
Back when people believed the sun revolved around the earth, Galileo and Kepler fought to reveal the truth about the stars and planets. The musical 'Sidereus' is performed to a beautiful celestial backdrop which will mesmerize the audience.
On the very last day of the year, Big Hit Entertainment presents "2021 New Year's Eve Live" showcasing not only K-pop megastars BTS, but also other artists from the agency's affiliate labels. Tickets are on sale on the mobile application 'Weverse Shop'.
Just before the Seoul city government's online bell-ringing ceremony begins, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra will treat viewers to a 30-minute performance.
It will be shown on both the Seoul city government and Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra's YouTube channels.
SM Entertainment is holding a free online concert on the first day of the new year, under the theme of "Culture Humanity". SM's top artists will be on show, and the concert will be live-streamed on various platforms such as YouTube, Twitter and Beyond Live.
Kim Bo-kyoung, Arirang News.