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Operation and Development of National Theater of Korea

Mingjin Wang


Since the 1980s, Korea has been focusing on the development of cultural industry before it later formulated the strategic goal of “strengthening the power of the nation through its cultural development”. The music and culture industry of Korea boomed globally with greater market share and heavier impact. Founded in 1950, National Theater of Kore came as the earliest national theater in Asia and the only production theater in Korea for the creations and promotion of Korean traditional performing arts to the world. From the perspective of art management, the rich practical experience in organizational structure, art production, art education, etc. of National Theater of Korea can be of certain reference significance.


Theater; Development Operation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i23.9823