In June 2004,
The Gyeonggi Arts Center laid groundwork for development along with the provincial residents after inception of the foundation and experienced the era of changes and take-off. The representative arts groups including Gyeonggi Provincaial Drama Company, Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company, Gyeonggi Provincial Traditional Music Orchestra, Gyeonggi Philharmonic Orchestra and Pops Ensemble were integrated with the Gyeonggi Arts Center that time.
From November 2009,
The Gyeonggi Arts Center was completely reformed. We gave autonomy to each arts group and empowered the leaders to improve management efficiency. We also established the base to actively support creative and artistic activities.
We will strive to produce diverse creations, present high-quality performances to the audience, spur cultural welfare to embrace culturally underpriviledged groups and finally become a craddle of culture and arts education.
In addition, we will make the center transform into a truly professional cultural and art organization where the provincial residents knock the door any time without trouble by providing places to relax as well as spectacles year-round. At the Gyeonggi Arts Center, we will make our utmost effort to make Gyeonggi-do the cultural center of Korea.
Last but not least, on behalf of Gyeonggi Arts Company and all executives and staff of the Gyeonggi Arts Center, I promise to do my best to make contributions to helping you enjoy a variety of culture.