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Korea's broadway
AFAR
12/21/2002

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Shows featuring foreign languages and material are gaining popularity among the youth in Seoul. Drawing an ever-increasing number of foreign visitors, these shows give their viewers something interesting to watch that they cannot necessarily see in their home countries. More and more travelers to Korea are buying show ticket packages to such performances. One such show is ‘Nanta’ (Japanese for ‘Cooking’), a non-verbal performance playing in Jeongdong, downtown Seoul this month. With continued success, Korea hopes its foreign shows will make it the Broadway of Asia.

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