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국립극장_공연예술박물관(The Museum of Performing Arts)
Seoul
공연예술박물관에는 1950년대부터 현재에 이르기까지 다양한 공연예술자료가 소장되어 있습니다. 초기 국립극장 시절의 , 의 오래된 흑백사진과 프로그램, 고(故)김동원선생의 육필원고, 세계국립극장페스티벌에 초청되었던 해외작품들의 흥미로운 영상 등 수 많은 자료들이 차곡차곡 정리되어 있습니다. 뿐만 아니라 한국공연예술사를 한눈에 살펴볼 수 있는 상설전시실과 매년 새로운 주제로 꾸며지는 기획전시실을 알차게 운영하고 있습니다. 누구나 오셔서 쉽고 편안하게 자료를 이용하고, 즐겁고 신나게 전시를 관람하실 수 있을 것입니다. -참조 : http://www.ntok.go.kr/user/jsp/ug/ug01_1ht01i.jsp
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