Everyone loves ‘AkMu’, the sibling duo musicians. Their lighthearted rhythms and playful rhymes are always exciting, inviting and, most importantly, fun. The band's often spotted on Korean TV shows for their amicable personalities, but, surely, getting to see them live will get you adore them even more. Luckily for their fans, AkMu's concert schedule has been extended, as it will go on from March 24th till April 2nd. Still, you might want hurry to get a ticket, as Akdong Musician is known to have a diverse fan base.
Gogung Concert, also known as the Royal Palace Concert, is a series of traditional Korean musical performances located inside the confinements of two of the main Palaces of Seoul. At Gyeongbokgung, the series of concerts will take place two times, once during the day (3.30pm – 4.10pm) at Jagyeongjeon’s Flower Wall (residence of the Queen Mother) and once at night (8.00pm – 8.50pm) at Sujeongjeon Hall (former royal research institute in the 15th century). At Changgyeonggung Palace, evening concerts will be hosted by Tongmyeongjeon Hall (the King’s bedroom). The palatial mise en scene will be fantastically lit up, adding a dramatic effect you won’t be able to experience anywhere else in the world. The shows will be a treat for your eyes years. Gyeongbokgung Day Concert: Mar 20-Jun 30, Sep 1-Oct 30 (3.30pm-4.10pm) Gyeongbokgung Night Concert: Apr 16-27, Jul 16-Jul 29, Aug 20-Sep 2, Sep 17, Sep 18 (8pm-8.50pm) Changgyeonggung Night Concert: Apr 16-30, May 1-2, May 31-Jun 3, Jun 18-Jul 1, Jul 16-Jul 28 (8pm-8.50pm)