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Gyeonggi Gugak Center

Gyeonggi Gugak Center1
Gyeonggi Gugak Center1
Gyeonggi Gugak Center1
Gyeonggi Gugak Center1
Gugak Hall

Opened in July 2004, the Gyeonggi Gugak Center was built to revitalize traditional Korean arts, and to provide a venue for sharing Korean traditional arts with tourists and local residents. The venue is complete with cutting-edge facilities such as a performance hall, practice room, ensemble room, instrument storage room, costume storage room, and more. The Gyeonggi Gugak Center hopes to provide visitors with plenty of opportunitoes to enjoy meaningful cultural experiences, led by experts and professionals from various fields.

Gugak Hall Facilities
Total Area 35,855㎡
Building Area Reinforced concrete structure (exposed concrete), basement levels 1 and 2, Area: 56,835 ㎡
Performance Facilities Performance Hall − 5,161 ㎡, 420 seats (including 6 handicapped-accessible seats)
Additional Facilities Dressing room (separate male/female dressing rooms), ensemble room, practice room, instrument storage room, costume storage room, dining hall, snack bar, children’s playroom, parking lot (219 parking spaces; 10 handicapped-accessible spaces, 2 bus spaces, and 207 spaces for cars)
Stage The stage measures 12.5 m in depth and 14 m in width, with a proscenium height of 7.8 m and a width of 14 m. The left wing of the stage measures 12.5×17.5 m; the right wing of the stage measures 12.5×6 m, and; the protruding stage measures 18 4.2×14 m. This medium-sized stage is perfect for instrumental performances and various other kinds of stage productions.
Lighting The stage is equipped with a total of 158 lighting circuits installed on a 1-to-3 (30A) system. This type of system enables the control of the entire system network for the major stage areas, which is an improvement from the previous console network system. The current system also maximizes the stage’s lighting installations and their effectiveness.
Accoustics The stage’s sound equipment features 40 channels and 8 output channels within the same console, enabling simultaneous audio and video recording. The performance hall is also equipped with materials and structures that enhance the acoustics of the building’s architectural structure.
Seating Seats are arranged to provide each audience member with the best viewing conditions. There are 426 seats, 6 of which are handicapped accessible. For the convenience of performers, the stage also features separate male and female dressing rooms.

Technical Stage Specifications View seating map and emergency exit guide