Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera

Category : Arts/Performances
Period :   May 28, 2016 ~ Aug 28, 2016

 

Information

Admission Fee 

Adults(Age 19~64) : 15,000won / Youth(Age 13~18) : 10,000won / Kids(Age 7~12) : 8,000won / Kids(Age 36months-preschoolers) : 6,000won

 

Opening Hours

March~October 11:00~20:00

November~February 11:00~19:00

▶ Closed on last Monday of every month 
 

 

 

How to get there

 

Seoul Arts Center, 2406 Nambusunhwan-ro(Seocho-dong 700), Seocho-gu, Seoul, Korea

 

If you use public transportation, you can save time and cost as well as enjoy your time at the Seoul Arts Center more conveniently and comfortably

If you come by bus or the subway, you can get to the Seoul Arts Center in just five minutes by taking a bus from the subway station. 
If you walk from the station, it will take you around 15 minutes. 
However, if you come by car, you have to take into account the walking distance from the parking lot to the concert hall or the exhibition venue.
You might also have to rush to meet the admission time due to the often delayed parking process. 

 

[Subway to Bus] : Connecting Buses from the Subway

1) Subway Line 3, Nambu Bus Terminal(Seoul Arts Center) Station, Exit 5
    Seoul Arts Center Shuttle Bus(takes about 5~10 minutes)
    Green (local line) Bus No. 4429 (takes about 5~10 minutes)

2) Subway Line 2, Seocho Station, Exit 3
    Green (local line) Bus No. 11 (takes about 5~10 minutes)

3) Subway Line 3, Yangjae Station, Exit 1
    Green (local line) Bus No. 17 (takes about 10~15 minutes)
 

[Shuttle Bus(SAC)]

- Operating section (One Way to Seoul Arts Center Shuttle):
Nambu Bus Terminal Station (Departure Location: Green Bus Stop (Subway Exit #5) )
→ Seoul Arts Center (Arrival Location: Starbucks near Seoul Arts Center)
* The drop-off location of last shuttle (each day) is Music Hall Parking Lot: P1 (Not Starbucks)

- Service Hours: :
Weekdays : 18:30~19:30
Weekend, Public Holidays : 13:30~14:30 / 18:30~19:30

※ The schedule is subject to change due to unexpected circumstances, traffic or weather. 
※ No service on mondays and days with no performance.
(Last shuttle bus terminates at the Music Hall Parking Lot) 

 

[Blue Bus(Main Line)] 

405 (Yeomgok-dong ~ Yangjae Station(Line No.3, Exit 1) ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ Seocho Station(Line No.2, Exit 3) ~ Jongro 1-ga ~ Seoul Station)
406 (Guryong Maeul(Guryong Viliage) ~ Yangjae Station(Line No.3, Exit 1) ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ Sejong Center for the Performing Arts ~ Seoul Station ~ In front of Shinsegae Department Store)

 

[Green Bus(Branch Line)] 

5413 (Siheung ~ Geumcheson Police Station ~ Sadang StationLine No.2&4, Exit 6) ~ ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ Express Bus Terminal)
Seocho 11 (Lotte Village ~ Seocho Station(Line No.2, Exit 3) ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ Apt.) ~ Jutaek Ap(In front of Housing) / Shuttle Bus
Seocho 17 (Yangjae Station(Line No.3, Exit 1) ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ Bangbae Station(Line No.2, Exit 1) ~ Sadang Station(Line No.2, Exit 1)) / Shuttle Bus
Seocho 22 (Nambu Bus Terminal Station(Line No.3, Exit 5) ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts ~ Sangmoon High School ~ Seocho Middle School) / Shuttle Bus

 

[Red Bus(Inter-city)] 

Get off at Seoul Arts Center
1500-2 (Everland ~ Entrance of Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies ~ Seoul Arts Center ~ Bangbae-dong Raemian Tower ~ Sadang Station)

Location
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Seoul-si > Seocho-gu

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"The Seoul Arts Center was created in 1988 as a mission to “develop and promote art and culture, expand opportunities of cultural enjoyment for people.” The Seoul Arts Center, is the nation’s fir >> Read more
"The Seoul Arts Center was created in 1988 as a mission to “develop and promote art and culture, expand opportunities of cultural enjoyment for people.” The Seoul Arts Center, is the nation’s first art and culture complex. The center strives to provide top quality cultural events as well as service to visitors."
President of the Seoul Arts Center: Ko Hakchan.
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Company Contact Information
Tel:
Domestic : 02) 580-1300(+ Press "0")
Internationl : 82-2-580-1300(+ Press "0")
- Business hours -
09:00-18:00(Reservation)
09:00-20:00(General Information)

Address:
2406, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul
서울 서초구 남부순환로 2406 (서초동)

Email:
webmaster@sac.or.kr
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