Shakespeare in Busan Presents: Twelfth Night

Head out to Dalmaji Outdoor Amphitheater for one of Shakespeare’s wildest and most romantic comedies on June 1, 2, 8, and 9th. “Twelfth Night” is a tale of mistaken identities, quirky plots, drinking and folk-rock. Come watch as Viola survives a shipwreck only to find herself disguised as a man going between the court of Duke Orsino and Countess Olivia, with their own cosmos of secret loves, raunchy drunks and unnecessary betrayals.

A talented cast featuring Busan regulars and experienced newcomers will bethere to bring you another great day in the park! Come join us on June 1, 2, 8, and 9th at 3:00 p.m. (or 4:00 p.m. on the 8th) for a picnic and a show! 🙂

If you can't make it to this show, here are links to all our showtimes:
Saturday the 1st: 
Sunday the 2nd: 
Saturday the 8th: 
Sunday the 9th: 

Directions – Walking/Taxi

Taxi – The name of the amphitheater in Korean is ??? ????. Not all taxi drivers are familiar, however, so if this doesn't work, from Haeundae or Jangsan tell the taxi driver – Dalmaj-gili, Alexander Shikdang or Alexander Restaurant.

Walking from Haeundae Beach (give yourself 20-30 minutes):
Facing the ocean, turn left and walk all the way to the end of the beach, past the Paradise Hotel and Pale de CZ. Take a left at the end of the beach up the hill. At the top of the hill you'll come to a large intersection. Take the right up the hill on a tree-lined walkway. Walk for about 20 minutes. You'll eventually come to an area full of coffee shops. It's just a bit further on your left, across the street from the Alexander Restaurant (restaurant gaudily decorated with statues) and downhill through the trees.

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