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Beautiful Nights at the Mokgwana (Jul. 6 to Sept. 7)
Jeju Mokgwana, which was the site of the highest administrative government in Jeju during the Joseon Dynasty, morphs into a joyous festival field every Saturday from July 6. The beautiful old historic government buildings standing in the summer light provide an indescribable ambiance.
As well as the night opening, Mokgwana also offers special performances including fusion style Korean classical music, dance, Korean classical music, and folk music every other Saturday from July 13.
During this night opening, the Mokgwana itself will be fully lit up, so even if you don't fancy any of the organized activities, it is still a great chance to take a walk in a place filled with Jeju history.
The night opening starts at 6 p.m. until Sept. 7, and admission is free.
About Jeju Mokgwana
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Every Saturday from 18:00 to 21:30 (Jul.6 ~ Sept.7)
Jeju Mokgwana & Gwandeokjeong Pavilion (19, Gwandeok-ro, Jeju-city)
Free of charge (from 6:00 p.m.)
1. Jul. 13
2. Jul. 27
3. Aug. 10
4. Aug. 24
5. Sept. 7
Fusion style Korean classical music, Haegeum playing & traditional dances
Fusion style Korean classical music, 'Madangguk' style musical "Baebijangjeon"
Fusion style Korean classical music, traditional dances, Okarina playing
Fusion style Korean classical music, 'Madangguk' style musical "Ttal Polamsuda"
Local amateur musician performances