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(Korean: 난타) is a popular South Korean musical. In English the show is also known as “Cookin’“. It premiered in October 1997 in Hoam Art Hall in Seoul.


The musical has a simple back story of three cooks attempting to finish preparing a wedding banquet within a strict time limit while the manager installs his incompetent nephew among the kitchen staff. The show involves acrobatics, magic tricks, comedy, pantomime and audience participation. The unifying element throughout the musical is the use of traditional Korean samul nori music, which in this case in performed with improvised instruments, such as cutting boards, water canisters and kitchen knives. The performance is almost completely non-verbal. The very few words which are spoken are in English.


Nanta is the longest-running show in Korean history. In Korea it is performed in three theatres in Seoul as well as in one theatre in the island of Jeju. The musical made its international debut at the 1999 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it received an award for best performance.[4] Since then it has been staged in 18 countries around the world. Nanta opened off Broadway in New York City in 2004[5][6][7] and ended its run in August 2005. (Source Wiki)

 Nanta Show

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