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    What is the Sejong Belt?

    The Sejong Belt is a pan-city initiative to interconnect about 30 arts and cultural organizations scattered around Gwanghwamun Square, enabling citizens and tourists to take a package tour of performances, exhibitions, museums and royal palaces of Seoul at discounted prices.

    Performance Halls(15) Museums(5) Art Galleries(5) Public•Cooperative Organizations(6)
    Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Seoul Namsan Gugakdang, Samcheonggak, Kumho Art Hall , Olleh Square, Chongdong Theater, Cecil Theater, wanghwamun Art Hall, Nanta Theater(Jeong-dong/Myeong-dong), Jump Comic Martial Arts Performance, Sachoom Theater, Hoam Art Hall, Myeongdong Haechi Hall, EWHA 100th Memorial Hall, Munhwa Ilbo Hall Seoul Museum of History, Bank of Korea Museum, Agricultural Museum of Korea, Story of King Sejong, Story of Admiral Yi Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gallery Hyundai, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Daelim Contemporary Art Museum, Kumho Museum of Art Seoul Metropolitan Government, Jongno-gu Office, Jung-gu Office, Korea Tourism Organization, Seoul Tourism Association, Seoul Tourism Organization

    What kinds of packages are there?

    The ‘Sejong Belt’ is comprised of various tour packages, each of which includes visits to historical & cultural facilities near Gwanghwamun Square, as well as tickets to a number of nearby cultural art performances. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has developed more than 50 travel packages categorized by area, time and theme, and these packages are offered at 20~50% discounts.

    With the success of the ‘Happiness of 1000 won’ of Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, the metropolitan government is planning to develop the ‘Dream of 10000 won’ ticket, a one-day ticket for the performances and exhibitions in the Sejong Belt. Seoul is also developing one-stop culture & arts guide programs covering historical & cultural facilities and walking trails of Gwanghwamun area.

    How can I make reservations?

    The ticketing & information center of the Sejong Belt will open in Haechi Madang of Gwanghwamun Square on August 12, 2010. The center will be 228㎡ in size, and will provide a one-stop ticketing service for reservation, purchase and issuance for the tickets to about 30 cultural art entities near Gwanghwamun Square. Tourists and local residents may now enjoy a range of performances and cultural facilities at discounted prices with the purchase of a single ticket. Haechi Madang is located in the underground space of the fountain plaza which links Gwanghwamun Square and the Gwanghwamun subway station, so it will be convenient for pedestrians to use the ticketing center. Tickets for the Sejong Belt travel packages are also available on-line. You can reserve tickets at the teaser page of the Sejong Belt website which is set to open in September (www.sejongbelt.com), Interpark ticketing space and through the Sejong Belt application which can be downloaded at T-store (www.tstore.co.kr).

    Which languages are provided?

    At the ticket center, professional cultural art coordinators are available to help visitors choose a program that is tailored to their specific needs. Assistance is provided in 4 different languages (Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese).
    The center is open from 10:30 to 20:30 all year round.

    For more information, please call the Dasan Call Center (120)