When passing by the Myeong-Dong Art Theater this month, you might bump into or catch a glimpse of a bus attendant from the 1970’s, along with other characters from the guerrilla performance, Postman’s Proposal. Portraying the lives and love affairs of young adults, it will take you back to the time when Myeong-dong was the trendiest district in Seoul. The storyline goes: a young postman from the countryside encounters an actress with a celebrity status and falls in love with her at first sight, then decides to propose. Will the difference in their social and economic status serve as an obstacle in developing their relationship? Has the heroine fallen for the postman as well? Whilst watching this non-verbal performance, don’t be surprised if you get to be the lucky one holding the bouquet or dancing with the actors for a scene. It is taking place in front of the Myeong-Dong Art Theater on Fridays and the Myeong-Dong Tourist Information Center Square on Saturdays and Sundays.
Period: Sep 2-Nov 5 every Friday, Saturday (except Sep 16-17 for Chuseok holidays) 3 times a day
- Friday: 11:00, 13:00, 14:30
- Saturday: 11:00, 13:00, 15:00
- Oct 2, Oct 9 Sunday performances
Location: Myeong-Dong Art Theater Junction on Fridays, Myeong-Dong Tourist Information Center Square on Saturdays and Sundays