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JAPAN DIY HOMECENTER SHOW 2014 (Chiba prefecture): Aug. 29, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. & Aug. 30, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; Makuhari Messe Exhibition Halls 4-8, five-minute walk from Kaihin Makuhari Station on JR Keiyo-Line; 500 yen; 03-3256-4475; www.diy.or.jp/members/english/index.html.
KOBE COLLECTION 2014 AUTUMN/WINTER (Hyogo prefecture): 12:30, 2:30, 4:30 & 6:30 p.m. Aug. 30; fashion show at World Memorial Hall (Kobe Port Island Hall), two-minute walk Shimin Hiroba Station on Port Liner; 5,000-8,000 yen/6,000-9,000 yen for two stages (stage 1 & 2 or stage 3 & 4); Kyodo Tokyo 06-7732-8888; www.kobe-collection.com.
FLEA MARKET (Tokyo): Aug. 30, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; more than 200 dealers; in the entrance path to Yasukuni Shrine, five-minute walk from the Metro Kudanshita Station and 10-minute walk from JR Ichigaya Station and Iidabashi Station; free admission; 03-5610-4305.
AUTOBACS SUPER GT SUZUKA 1000 KM (ROUND 6) (Mie prefecture): Aug. 30 & 31; Suzuka Circuit; 5,700 yen for two-day ticket adults, 1,700 yen youths, entry only, no passport for rides; 059-378-1111; www.supergt.net/jp.
SANCHA LATIN FESTIVAL (Tokyo): Aug. 30, noon-6 p.m. & Aug. 31, 1:30-4 p.m.; bossa nova concerts at Karasuyamagawa Ryokudo 6:30-8 p.m. Sat., samba dancing teams in Chazawa Dori 1:30-4 p.m. Sun.; Sangenjaya Chazawa Dori streets; Sangenzaya Station on Tokyu Denen Toshi Line; 03-3412-6554.
YOSAKOI FUCHU FESTIVAL (Tokyo): Aug. 30, 1-7 p.m. & Aug. 31, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; started by Fuchu merchants in 2006, this festival features groups of dancers parading the streets of Keyaki Avenue and Kyu Koshukaido near Fuchu Station on Keio Line, plus Yosakoi performances at stages nearby; 042-362-6421.
MITAKA AWA ODORI (Tokyo): Aug. 30 & 31, 6-9 p.m.; dancing performed in the Chuo and Sakura streets of Mitaka city; JR Mitaka Station on Chuo and Sobu Lines; Mitaka Awa Odori Shinkokai Jimukyoku 0422-49-3111.
THAI FESTIVAL IN SHIZUOKA (Shizuoka prefecture): Aug. 30, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. & Aug. 31, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thai food, traditional music, dance and more at Aoba Symbol Road Park, 15-minute walk from JR Shizuoka Station on Tokaido Line; free; 03-5358-7895.
OKTOBERFEST FEST 2014 (Tokyo): Through Aug. 31, 4-10 p.m., 11 a.m. weekends; taste German beers, hear live music in Shiba Park close to Tokyo Tower; 03-3524-0788.
PHOTO EXHIBITION ON THE LAST DAYS OF THE TOKUGAWA SHOGUNATE AND MEIJI PERIOD BY FELICE BEATO (Tokyo): Through Aug. 31, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Mon.; 100 photos of daily lives and occupations in Japan taken 1863-1884 by Beato, from Venetia; JCII Photo Salon, one-minute walk from Hanzomon Station on Hanzomon Line or eight-minute walk from Kojimachi Station on Yurakucho Line; free; 03-3261-0300.
GODZILLA IN TOKYO MIDTOWN: Through Aug. 31, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; one-seventh scale model of Godzilla on display on the lawn garden at Tokyo Midtown, along with a huge footprint of the kaiju monster, illuminated 6-11 p.m., and see three-minute special-effect performance every 30 minutes 7-9 p.m.; free; 03-3475-3100; www.tokyo-midtown.com/en.
MOUNT FUJI (Yamanashi prefecture): Japan’s highest — 12,388 feet — and most famous peak is open for the climbing season through Aug. 31. Getting there: buses take climbers to the fifth station, where it takes six hours to walk up and five down; Keio buses run from the west exit of Shinjuku Station in Tokyo at 6:40 a.m., 7:40, 8:40, 9:40 & 10:40 a.m. and 12:30, 1:30, 2:40, 3:30, 4:30, 5:50 & 7:30 p.m.; 2,700 yen one-way; 03-5376-2217 or 0555-72-5111 Keio Bus; 0555-72-1111 Kawaguchiko Town Hall.
HOKKAIDO MARATHON (Sapporo): Aug. 31, 9 a.m.; full marathon starts at Odori Koen Nish 4-chome and finishes at Odori Koren Nish 8-chome; 011-232-0840.
OEDO ANTIQUE MARKET (Tokyo): Aug. 31, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; more than 250 licensed antique dealers at Yoyogi Park Keyaki Street Area, five-minute walk from JR Harajuku Station & Meiji Jingu-mae Station on Metro Chiyoda Line, 03-5805-1093; http://antique-market.jp/eng/index.shtml.
PLANETARIUM – FUCHU KYODO-NO MORI MUSEUM (Tokyo): Through Aug. 31, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; programs with animated characters such as Doraemon and Meitantei Conan; 10-minute ride from Kunitachi Fuchu I.C. on Chuo-Express or 20-minute walk from Fuchu Honmachi Station on Musashino/Nambu-Lines; 400 yen adults, 200 yen ages 15 and younger; 042-368-7921.
CHOFU YOSAKOI MATSURI (Tokyo): Aug. 31, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; along Kyu Koshu Kaido Streets from Chofu and Fuda Stations on Keio Line and also at Fuda Shrine; Chofu Station on Keio Line; 042-441-6171.
GO-BETWEENS: THE WORLD SEEN THROUGH CHILDREN (Tokyo): Through Aug. 31, 10 a.m.-10 p.m., until 5 p.m. Tue.; features 110 works by 26 of the world’s top artists; Mori Art Museum; Roppongi Station on Hibiya Line or four-minute walk from Roppongi Station on Oedo Line; 1,500 adults, 1,000 yen student, 500 yen senior junior student; 03-5777-8600.
SHOTARO KOBAYASHI PHOTO ARCHIVE EXHIBITION/THE CARS I HAVE SEEN IN PRE-WAR JAPAN (Tokyo): Through Aug. 31, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; featuring 500 photos taken by editor Shotaro Kobayashi on Tokyo streets at the History Garage of Odaiba Mega Web, Tokyo Teleport Station on JR Saikyo Line (Rinkai) or Aomi Station on Yurikamome (monorail); free; 03-3599-0808.
TOKYO DISNEYSEA DISNEY SUMMER FESTIVAL (Chiba prefecture): Through Aug. 31; tons of spraying water at Mediterranean Harbor; three-minute ride from Resort Gate Station/Maihama Station, JR Keiyo Line; 6,200 yen adults, 5,300 yen ages 12-17, 4,100 yen ages 4-11, pass after 5 p.m. is 3,300 yen; 0570-00-8632; www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp.
TOKYO DISNEYLAND “DISNEY NATSU MATSURI” (Chiba prefecture): Through Aug. 31; two dancing groups on two floats perform at the castle forecourt; two-minute ride from Resort Gate Station/Maihama Station, JR Keiyo Line; 6,200 yen adults, 5,300 yen ages 12-17, 4,100 yen ages 4-11, pass after 5 p.m. is 3,300 yen; 0570-00-8632; www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp.
DISASTER PREVENTION DAY: Sept. 1; the great Kanto earthquake struck Tokyo, Yokohama and surrounding regions on Sept. 1, 1923, and in 1960, the date was designated Disaster Prevention Day. Emergency drills organized by local governments will be held throughout the country.
OWARA KAZE-NO-BON (BON ODORI OF WIND) (Toyama prefecture): Sept. 1-3; the streets of the town of Yatsuo in Toyama are filled with the strains of a single-string violin (kokyu) accompanied by dancing women in cotton summer kimonos and men in happi coats. People enjoy the dance until late at night, singing folk songs unique to their districts. As dusk falls, standing lanterns are lit in the street and the celebrating begins; 076-454-3111.
KASHIMA JINGU SHRINE MIFUNE MATSURI — THE ANCIENT BOAT PARTY RITUAL (Ibaraki prefecture): Sept. 2, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; the best spots to view at Kashima Jingu Shrine and Katozu; 10-minute walk from JR Itako Station; 0299-82-1209; www.jnto.go.jp/eng/location/spot/festival/mifunematsuri.html
NISHI HACHIOJI NATSU MATSURI (Tokyo): Sept. 6 & 7, 4-8:30 p.m.; Awa Odori on Saturday, Yosakoi Festival on Sunday; featuring cheerleading, hula dance, Taiko (Japanese drums) performance by local children and residents 4-5:15 p.m., followed by 36 groups of dancers in a parade on the streets to the beat of shamisen (three-stringed Japanese music instrument), flutes, sho (Japanese gong) and drums at 5:30 p.m.; Naka-dori Streets near JR Nishi Hachioji Station north exit; 042-661-3616.
MEGURO SANMA FESTIVAL (Tokyo): Sept. 7, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; 6,000 grilled sanma fish (Pacific Saury) from Miyako Fishery Port, Iwate prefecture, are given away at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., noon & 1:30 p.m. at Hachiman Shrine near Meguro Station, one-minute walk from JR Meguro Station; 090-3216-4149.
43RD CHIBA MARCHING BAND & BATONTWIRLING INTERNATIONAL MEET (Chiba prefecture): Sept. 7; at Chiba Port Arena, 16-minute walk from JR Chiba Station or eight-minute walk from JR Chiba Minato Station; 3,000-4,000 yen adults; 03-6231-6033.
AKASAKA ARKHILLS AUTUMN FESTIVAL & BON ODORI (Tokyo): Sept. 12-14, 7 p.m.; bon odori, floats and portable shrines by local residents along with food booths at the Karajan Square of Akasaka Arkhills, five-minute walk from Tameike Sanno Station on Ginza and Nanpoku Lines or 10-minute walk from Akasaka Station on Marunouchi Line, and Kamiyacho Station on Hibiya Line; 03-6406-6663.
OHMIYA HACHIMANGU SHRINE FESTIVAL (Tokyo): Sept. 12-16; events at this shrine, constructed by Yoriyoshi Minamoto and Yoriie Minamoto 950 years ago to enhance the shrine’s prestige, include samurai warriors parade, traditional dance, portable shrines procession and more at the precincts of Omiya Hachimangu Shrine, seven-minute walk from Nishi Eifuku Station on Keio Inogashira Line; 03-3311-0105.
TOKYO BIG SIX BASEBALL LEAGUE (Tokyo): Sept. 13-Nov. 2; Jingu Stadium, six-minute walk from JR Suidobashi Station; 1,300 yen for infield bleachers, 800 yen for outfield bleachers; 03-3409-5610.
AJINOMOTO STADIUM BIG FLEA MARKET (Tokyo): Sept. 14, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; biggest regular flea market in Japan with about 800 booths; 300 yen for entrance; five-minute walk from Tobitakyu Station, Keio Line; 03-3226-6800.
THE RINGS FROM THE HASHIMOTO COLLECTION OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WESTERN ART (Tokyo): Through Sept. 15, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. Fri., closed Mon.; features 300 rings from the Hashimoto Collection made during the ancient Roman Period through today; one-minute walk from JR Ueno Station; 1,400 yen adults, 1,200 yen college students, 700 yen senior high school students; 03-5777-8600; www.nmwa.go.jp/en.
TREASURED MASTERPIECES FROM THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM, TAIPEI (Tokyo): Through Sept. 15, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri., until 6 p.m. weekends and holidays; features items from China’s cultural assets from National Palace Museum, Taipei, at Tokyo National Museum, 10-minute walk from JR Ueno Station; 1,600 yen adults, 1,200 yen college students, 700 yen senior high school students, free children; 03-5777-8600; www.tnm.jp.
ECO EDO NIHONBASHI ART AQUARIUM 2014 (Tokyo): Through Sept. 23, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daytime version and 7-11 p.m. night version; 5,000 goldfish in water with the theme of Seeking Cool Air with Edo-Period (1603-1868) Styled Practices; Coredo Muromachi, Nihobashi Mitsui Hall, Mitsukoshi-mae Station on Ginza and Hanzomon Lines; 1,000 yen adults, 600 yen kids, free ages 3 & younger; 03-3270-2550; http://h-i-d.co.jp/art/exhibition.
SPACE EXPO 2014: THE GREAT CHALLENGE OF NASA/JAXA (Chiba prefecture): Through Sept. 23, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; featuring 300 items, including replica space shuttle forward fuselage and crew cabin, replica Apollo Lunar roving vehicle, a 1/25th scale model of the Epsilon, a next-generation solid-fuel rocket; at Makuhari Messe Exhibition Hall N. 10 & 11, five-minute walk from Kaihin Makuhari Station on Keiyo Line; 2,500 yen adults, 1,500 yen senior high school and college students, 900 yen children; 03-5777-8600; www.space-expo2014.jp/english.
FELIX VALLOTTEN – FIRE BENEATH THE ICE EXHIBITION (Tokyo): Through Sept. 23, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri., closed Mon.; featuring the first retrospective of Felix Vallotten’s works; Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo, five-minute walk from JR Tokyo Station or three-minute walk from Nijyubashi-mae Station on Chiyoda Line; 1,600 yen adults, 1,000 yen college and senior high school students, 500 yen children; 03-5777-8600; http://mimt.jp/vallotton/about_eng.html.
SPECTERS, GHOSTS AND SORCERERS IN UKIYO-E (Tokyo): Through Sept. 25, 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., closed Mon., except Sept. 15; see seasonal ukiyo-e on display; sorcerers Aug. 30-Sept. 25; Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art, five-minute walk from JR Harajuku Station; 900 yen adults, 600 yen senior high school and college students, kids free; 03-3403-0880; www.ukiyoe-ota-muse.jp/index-E.html.
TOKYO BAY CRUISE: Through Sept. 30, 7:15 p.m.; cruise and all you can drink; departs Takehashi Pier Terminal, seven-minute walk from JR Hamamatsucho Station (north exit); 2,600 yen adults, 1,050 yen senior and junior high school students, 550 yen elementary school students; 03-3437-6119; www.nouryousen.jp/payment.html.
ANCIENT MAMMALS EXPO AT NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE (Tokyo): Through Oct. 5, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri., closed Mon.; features 170 fossils of ancient mammals from dinosaurs along with little animals excavated in Japan; five-minute walk from JR Ueno Station; 1,600 yen adults, 600 yen kids; 03-5777-8600; www.kahaku.go.jp/english.
RICE PADDY ART (Aomori prefecture): Through Oct. 13, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; giant art made with rice plants; Inakadate Village Hall (6th floor) and Michi-no Eki Inakadate, 20-minute drive from Hirosaki city or 60-minute drive from Aomori city; 300 yen adults, 100 yen elementary school students; 0172-58-2111.
CORMORANT FISHING (UKAI) (Gifu prefecture): Through Oct. 15; more than 40 sightseeing ships set out on the Nagara River at 6:15, 6:45 p.m. & 7:15 p.m. to observe cormorant fishermen — usho — catch sweetfish using trained cormorants. Fare is 3,100-3,400 yen; Nagara River Cormorant Fishing Boat Reservations 058-262-0104; www.gifucvb.or.jp/en/01_sightseeing/01_01.html. Other places to observe cormorant fishing are Uji River in Kyoto 0774-23-3334; Katsura River in Kyoto 075-861-0302: Kiso River in Inuyama city, Aichi prefecture, 0568-61-0057; Hiji River in Oozu, Ehime prefecture, 0893-24-2664; and Nishiki River in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi prefecture, 0827-41-0470.
THE BIRTH OF IMPRESSIONISM – FREEDOM IN PAINTING: MASTERPIECES FROM THE MUSEE D’ORSAY (Tokyo): Through Oct. 20, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., until 8 p.m. Fri., closed Tue.; features 84 masterpieces of Impressionists including Manet, Monet, Renoir, Degas and Cezanne; The National Art Center; 1,600 yen adults, 1,200 yen college students, 800 yen senior high school students; 03-5777-8600; http://orsay2014.jp.
YOKOHAMA TRIENNALE (Kanagawa prefecture): Through Nov. 3; art exhibition with the theme “Art Fahrenheit 451: Sailing into the sea of oblivion” at Yokohama Museum of Art and Shinko Pier Exhibition, three-minute walk from Minato Mirai Station on Minato Mirai Line or 10-minute walk from JR Sakuragicho Station; 2,400 yen adults, 1,800 yen college students, 1,400 yen senior high school students; 045-671-2278; www.yokohamatriennale.jp.
RYUKYU DYNASTY MOON VIEWING FESTIVAL: Sept. 6 & 7, 6:30-9 p.m.; reproduction of the Mid-Autumn Banquet held during the Ryukyu Dynasty to welcome envoys from China and visitors can enjoy Okinawan traditional performing arts under the autumn full moon at Shuri Castle Park, 1-2 Shuri Kinjo-cho, Naha; 098-886-2020; oki-park.jp/shurijo-park/english/event/index.html.
ITOMAN TUG-OF-WAR: Sept. 8, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; local citizens pull a 180-meter giant rope on Itoman rotary and Route 331; 30-minute ride from Naha Airport or a 20-minute ride from Tomigusuku I.C.; 098-840-8135; www.city.itoman.lg.jp.e.id.hp.transer.com/kankou-navi/bunya-kankou/matsuri.
OKUMA TUG-OF-WAR: Sept. 8, 9 p.m.; originated more than 400 years ago in Kunigami, and event features eisa dance and more at Okuma Elementary School playground, two-hour ride from Naha Airport; 0980-41-2412.
MAEZATO TUG-OF-WAR: Sept. 9, 11 a.m.; event also features eisa dance and more at Maezato Memichi Square, 30-minute ride from Naha Airport; 098-994-4468.
WORLDWIDE EISA CONTEST 2014: Sept. 13-15; worldwide contest and is held at National Theatre Okinawa, 20-minute taxi ride from Naha Airport; 1,500 yen; 098-987-0926; http://eisa-okinawa.com.
ISHIKAWA FESTIVAL/IHICHA YOUTH EISA FESTIVAL: Sept. 14, 4-9 p.m.; includes fireworks; Ishikawa Athletic Field; 90-minute drive from Naha Airport or five-minute drive from Ishikawa I.C. on Okinawa Express; 080-3950-2010.
NANJO EISA FESTIVAL: Sept. 14, 5-9 p.m.; youth groups and local entertainments at Gusuko Road Koen, 40-minute ride from Naha Airport; 090-5470-0123.
NAHA TUG OF WAR: Oct. 12, 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; about 15,000 people pulling on a 200-meter giant rope is the highlight of the festival; Route 58, Kumoji intersection; 098-866-4858.
YAESE YOUTH EISA FESTIVAL: Oct. 12; eisa groups and traditional entertainment at Yaese Town Kochinda Endo Koen; 30-minute drive from Naha Airport or 20-minute walk from Kochinda bus stop after taking a bus from Naha Bus Terminal; 098-998-4334.
GOESAN RED PEPPER FESTIVAL (Chungcheongbuk-do): Aug. 28-31; held during harvest season to promote peppers grown in Goesan; Sports Complex, mini football field, Culture & Sports Center, Dongjincheon Stream area, take an intercity bus to Goesan Terminal from Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, then take a five-minute ride to Sports Complex; free; +82-2-1330.
YEONGDONG GRAPE FESTIVAL (Chungcheongbuk-do): Aug. 28-31; visitors pick grapes in a vineyard or fish them out of a pool and make different types of food with grapes such as wine, chocolate, rice cakes and more; take a train to Yeondong, then take a taxi to Yeongdong Gymnasium; +82-2-1330.
CHUNGJU WORLD MARTIAL ARTS FESTIVAL (Chungcheongbuk-do): Aug. 28-Sept. 1; featuring demonstrations and performances of Taekkyeon, Taekwondo, and Hapkido by traditional martial arts groups; take an inter-city bus to Chungju from Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, then take 10-minute ride to World Martial Park; free; +82-2-1330; www.martialarts.or.kr.
JANGSU HANURANG SAGWARANG FESTIVAL (Jeollabuk-do): Aug. 29-31, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; event promotes high-quality Sagwa (apple); free; take an intercity bus bound for Jangsu Bus Terminal from Seoul Nambu Terminal, then take an eight-minute walk to Uiam Park (Dusan Park); +82-2-1330; http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SH/SH_EN_7_2.jsp?cid=1842316.
ICHEON CERAMIC FESTIVAL (Gyeonggi-do): Aug. 29-Sept. 21; Icheon has 1,000 years of history in ceramic arts including Korea’s finest ceramics such as Cheongja, Baekja and Buncheongsagi, and this event includes of ceramics excavation, hands-on experience programs and more; take an intercity bus to Icheon Bus Terminal from Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, then take a taxi to Seoulbong Park; +82-2-1330; www.ceramic.or.kr.
SEOUL FRINGE FESTIVAL: Through Aug. 30; featuring the indie culture of Hongdae, including various artists, works and more; Hapjeong-dong; Hongik University Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 5; 10,000-15,000-20,000 won; +82-2-1330.
“BLACK MARY POPPINS” MUSICAL (Seoul): Through Aug. 31; Daehakro Art One Theater 1, 20,000-30,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
MUSICAL, “SALIERI” (Seoul): Through Aug. 31; Sejong Center for the Performing Arts M Theater; 33,000-55,000-66,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
MUSICAL, “DRACULA” (Seoul): Through Sept. 5; Seoul Arts center, Opera Theater, 50,000-140,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
HYOSEOK CULTURAL FESTIVAL (Gangwon-do): Sept. 5-14; commemorating modern Korean writer Lee Hyo-seok and his popular novel “When Buckwheat Flowers Bloom,” which shows the connection between human life and beauty of nature through the dazzling scenery of Bongpyeong, the author’s hometown, with a poem exhibition, literature night, essay contest, nature experiences and more; take intercity bus to Jangpyeong Intercity Bus Terminal, then take local bus bound for Bongpyeong; +82-2-1330.
BROADWAY MUSICAL 42ND STREET (Busan): Sept. 12, 8 p.m. Sept. 13, 3 & 7:30 p.m. & Sept. 14, 2 & 6:30 p.m.; Busan Citizenhall, 60,000-80,000-100,000-120,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
DAEGU PHOTO BIENNALE (Daegu): Sept. 12-Oct. 19, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Daegu Culture and Arts Center, Bongsan Cultural Center, Bongsan Cultural Center (Exit #9 of Banwoldang Station, Daegu Subway Line 2); 5,000 won adults, 3,000 won youths, 2,000 won children; www.daeguphoto.com.
DONG GANG INTERNATIONAL PHOTO FESTIVAL (Gwangwon province): Through Sept. 21; held in and around Dong Gang Museum of Photography in Yeongwol-gun, since 2002, the event features various themes of photo exhibitions along with lectures and more; +82-2-1330; http://dgphotofestival.com/eng.
KOREAN MUSIC DANCE (Seoul): Sept. 27, 3 & 7 p.m., & Sept. 28, 3 p.m.; Grand Theater, Sejong Center for the Performing Arts; 32,000-48,000-64,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
THE MUSICAL “THE CROWN PRINCE RUDOLF” (Seoul): Oct. 11-Jan. 4; D Club Art Center; 60,000-80,000-110,000-130,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
EDWARD MUNCH AND THE MODERN SOUL (Seoul): Through Oct. 12; Seoul Arts Center, Hangaram Art Museum, 10,000-12,000-15,000 won; http://tinyurl.com/3e6rwhe.
JUMP (Seoul): Through Dec. 31; comic martial arts performance, including Korea’s Taekwondo and Taekkyeon; Kyunghyang Art Hill; 40,000-60,000 won ages 4+; +82-2-1330.
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