Nanta is the longest running show in Korean history and tells the story of three cooks attempting to finish preparation for a wedding banquet.
Nanta is mostly non-verbal with the cast using acrobatics, magic tricks, comedy, pantomime, and audience participation to entertain the crowd.
Taking live pictures was prohibited but I was able to sneak in a few shots:
I have to admit that I fell asleep during Nanta, but to be fair, I was running on just a couple hours sleep that night. I would not discourage anyone from watching Nanta because it's truly a unique Korean experience.
Tickets for Nanta start at 40,000krw or 1,500php. For more information, click here.