About Kwanglim Arts Center
It is a multi-cultural space consisting of the BBCH Hall (1006 seats), a musical theater that opened on November 1, 2013, and Jangcheon Hall (613 seats), a multi-purpose medium theater that opened on November 6, 2005.
Kwanglim Art Center, located in Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, is located in the center of Gangnam, such as Garosu-gil and Apgujeong Station in Sinsa-dong, providing a good location and high-quality performances.
The appearance of the BBCH Hall at Kwanglim Art Center and posters for major performances
BBCH Hall, the Grand Theater, is located in the Kwanglim Community Service Center, and is a theater with optimal performance viewing conditions with a distance of 21m from the stage to the rearmost row of auditoriums.
The four studio facilities, where you can practice, audition, and more, have the best environment for performance production companies to immerse yourself in production and practice.
The medium-sized Jangcheon Hall is Gangnam's best acoustic theater with rich, high-quality sound and reverberation.
Kwanglim Art Center aims to become a “Gangnam Representative Cultural Space” that contributes to the development of the performance culture and the cultural enjoyment of the local community without limiting the content.
Project to create an innovative culture ecosystem with Cultiplan
Since 2013, Kwanglim Art Center has successfully grown classical and musical theaters in Korea with Cultiplan. Cultiplan is a small giant, reliable, innovative minded company. Kwanglim Art Center was willing to become a major alliance to actively participate in the "Culture & Travel" ecosystem created by Cultiplan, and now we are planning a ticket service in a digital point card together. The more we plan with the Cultiplan team, the more we are surprised and excited about our innovative ideas. We are confident that this is also a great luck as Kwanglim Art Center.