Friends who come to Seoul may as well take 1.5 hours out of their scheduled trip to watch a "chaos show". This program is really wonderful. It's very correct to ban the use of mobile phones to take pictures during the performance, otherwise I'm sure I won't devote myself wholeheartedly. There is interaction on the spot. Every performer works very hard, taking the kitchen as the subject matter, launching all kinds of funny actions, stunts, singing, magic, martial arts, especially knocking the foundation. It's really worth seeing. You don't need to know Korean, and it's OK.
Tickets are bought in advance on the official website. There will be discount activities in different time periods, so we can get started. When I went to Seoul that time, without buying WiFi eggs, I asked my uncle in Mingdong where the theatre was. As a result, people didn't know! Fortunately, after a random search, we arrived before the opening. Change the tickets, there are many props for the audience to take photos. The whole performance could not be filmed. Overall evaluation, very lively and interesting, jokes constantly. At first, I was worried that the language would be boring, but later I found that it was no problem. The performance mainly relied on exaggerated body language and rich facial expressions to express the plot and convey the laughter. It's really worth seeing.
I came to Seoul to see Chaotian Show, which is located in Mingdong Business District of Seoul. The location is still accurate, but it is not easy to find outside. There will be some discounts for the early booking of tickets. Generally speaking, it is still possible, because there is no comparison, I don't know how graffiti shows are, actors perform very hard, the sense of drama is general, and there are not many funny points. The performance at the end was good. Generally speaking, it's good to come to Seoul.
Absolutely the best show I've ever seen. Very good! Very recommended, invincible recommended!
There were 303 performances in 55 countries, spanning regional differences and language barriers. The 90-minute performance was full of laughter. It was suitable for men, women, children and old. It was a show worth watching. We strongly recommend that you go to see it.
Personally, I think that Chaotic Show is a must-see show in Seoul. It presents the plot by hitting the appliances in the kitchen. Although there are no lines, it is still understandable and full of laughter. It's also a good choice to visit the lively Mingdong after reading it.
Although I don't know Korean, it doesn't affect my understanding of performance at all. Laughter is very good, interaction with the audience is very good, there will be guests invited to perform on the stage, down there will be gifts. It's an interesting Nantashow.