Seoul Arts Center (SAC) [예술의전당]
Seoul Arts Center [예술의전당]
The exterior of this venue is seen as the place where the Seoryeong University 60th Anniversary Concert in episode 1 of Do You Like Brahms? (브람스를 좋아하세요) (SBS, 2020) takes place at which Park Joon-young (Kim Min-jae) plays the piano and Chae Song-a (Park Eun-bin) is supposed to play but then is asked to leave by the conductor. It is again seen in episode 11.
Lee Rim (Lee Jung-jin) arrives in front of this museum in the year 1994 when time-traveling in episode 1 (full episode 1) of The King: Eternal Monarch (더킹:영원의 군주) (SBS, 2020).
Seoul Arts Center Opera House [예술의전당 오페라하우스]
The exterior of this Opera is seen as the place Yoo Jae-heon (Kang Ha-neul) has rented for his show ‘Curtain Call’ in episodes 14-16 of Curtain Call (커튼콜/Keoteunkol) (KBS2, 2022).
Hangaram Art Museum at Seoul Arts Center [예술의전당 한가람미술관]
In episode 48 (full episode 24) of Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life (사랑은 뷰티블 인생은 원더풀) (KBS2, 2019), Koo Joon-hwi (Kim Jae-young) takes Kim Cheong-a (Seol In-a) to the exhibition ‘Magnum in Paris’ (running time: September 25, 2019 – February 9, 2020). She stops in front of the photo ‘Eiffel Tower’ by Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt (Paris, 1989), — featured also on the poste of the exhibition — and makes the wish that they both go to Paris one day and also walk through the streets in the rain with a baguette like the two lovers captured on the image.
Jin Jung-suk (Ha Seek-jin) breaks up with Park Ha-na (Park Ha-sun) in front of the painting “Already memories” by Na Yun-chun at this gallery in episode 15 of Drinking Solo (혼술남녀) (tvN, 2016).
The exhibition “The British Museum Collection: Human Image” (running time: 2015-12-12 until 2016-03-20) was featured in episode 10 of Oh My Venus (오 마이 비너스) (KBS2, 2015-16).
Lee Yeon-Tae (Shin Hye -Sun) visits the exhibition “Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera Exhibition” (running time: 28 May-28 Aug 2016) with her future mother-in-law in episode 47 of Five Children/Five Enough [아이가 다섯] (KBS2, 2016).
Seoul Arts Center was also featured in Still 17 / Thirty But Seventeen / 30 But 17 (서른이지만 열일곱입니다) (SBS, 2018).
— Guns & Talks (킬러들의 수다) (2001)
Seoul Arts Center (SAC) [예술의전당], established in 1988, is an arts complex located in Seoul’s neighborhood Seocho [Seocho-dong/서초동] in the Seocho District [Seocho-gu/서초구] with the Aqua Art Bridge [아쿠아아트 육교] leading directly up to this museum. Designed by the architectural practice late Seok Chun Kim (故김석철) & Archiban Partners (아키반), the complex consists of five main buildings: the Opera House, the Music Hall, the Hangaram Art Museum [예술의전당 한가람미술관]; the Hangaram Design Museum and the Seoul Calligraphy Art Museum.
This building is one of the 380 traditional and modern-contemporary buildings in Seoul that were selected for the The Seoul Architectural Guide (2013, page 118).
2406 Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 서초구 남부순환로 2406
Nambu Bus Terminal Station [남부터미널역], Seoul Subway Line 3, Exit 4-2
— submitted by Marion KDL; last updated 26/12/2022
— Still 17 added by Thom Musni