Ever since its opening on Oct. 10, 1973, the Busan Citizens’ Hall has stood as a symbol of the international port city of Busan, offering an open cultural space for citizens. In 2001 the hall was modernized and expanded, reopening on July 5, 2002.
The hall consists of large and small theaters and an exhibition hall. The large theater seats up to 1,832 people and is equipped with an orchestra pit and revolving stage, perfect for performance of various genres (concerts, operas, musicals, etc.). The small theater, with a total of 335 seats, provides an intimate atmosphere for modest performances. Other facilities at the hall include a banquet hall, outdoor stage, practice room, make-up room, and more.
Busan Citizens’ Hall serves as a venue for concerts, performances, and public events of Busan City.
How To Go There:
Munhyeon Station (Busan Subway Line 2), Exit 1.
Go straight for approximately 270m.
Upon passing the bridge, turn right.
Continue going straight for 200m to arrive at Busan Citizens’ Hall.
Beomil Station (Busan Subway Line 1), Exit 2.
It is a 10-min walk from the station.
Take Bus 2, 57, 57-1, 63, 80, or 80-1 and get off at the KT Beomil branch.
Take Bus 14, 68, 68-1, 107, 111, 111-2, or 128.
Get off at the bus stop between Jayu Market and Jin Market.