Combining cooking, percussion, music, and comedic theatrics, this energetic show is one of Korea's most popular. The story line is non-verbal but easy to follow with plenty of laughs. Cast members make use of everyday common tools such as cutting boards, pots, pans, etc to create a musical and thrilling show that should appease all ages.
Their performance is really exciting! You don't need to learn Korean language. Just have fun!
it's a very fun show.....
NANTA is a fabulous theater experience that is loved by both Korean natives and tourists. The "story" very loosely follows three chefs who must finish preparing a wedding banquet in a very short amount of time. The show combines comedy, acrobatics, traditional Korean music, magic and actual cooking to create an energized and engaging performance. There's almost no dialogue and the themes are universal, so it can easily be understood by all audiences. It's just as entertaining for kids as it is for adults -- there were many families when I attended.
Korea's answer to Broadway's "Stomp." You don't need knowledge of Korean--or any language--to enjoy it.