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Opera House, Seongnam Arts Center
Korea

The Seongnam Arts Center is the foremost complex center exclusively dedicated to cultural and artistic themes in korea. It was built in 2005, which has opera house, concert hall, gallery etc.

For more information, consult http://www.snart.or.kr/eng/english_01.html

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