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[Me Too Artist #1] Hannam-dong, “Me Too Artist” Alley 1. Blue Square

By SeoulStoryMaster 2019-11-26
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If you go out from the Hangangjin Station Exit 3,

you will see a fancy blue building.

The name of this place is 'Blue Square'






Blue Square is owned by Interpark Theater,

well known in the performing culture industry.

Since its opening in 2011, Blue Square has presented various performances,

meeting many audiences every year.

It is very convenient to visit,

so if you like musicals or live performances regardless of genre,

 you should have definitely visited here at least once.





Blue Square owns a book park

where you can read more than 75,000 books on a comfortable sofa,

and a cafe with an exotic atmosphere and a terrace overlooking Namsan Mountain.

The renewed Book Park is scheduled to open on November 16, 2019,

so look forward to visiting this unique thoughtful space.




There are no people on weekdays because there are no performances.

You can sit on a bench in front of the building

to contemplate or simply take a walk.

 

On days without performances,

take a leisurely stroll around the landscape

with a wide view of the sky instead of a sky filled with skyscrapers.

On the days with performances, absorb new senses of perception

and enjoy the arts and culture.

 

If you want to see the same space with your own eyes and discover special charms,

I recommend you visit Blue Square.

 



Address: 294, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul

Performance Guide: www.bluesquare.kr

The Way: Take the connecting passage between Exit 2 and 3 of Hangangjin Station (Line 6)

 

 



Written by Freelance Writer

Leu Min-Jung



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