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 The Korean National Ballet's rendition of Giselle, the classic European ballet, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. March 30 and 3 p.m. March 31 at Busan Cinema Center in Centum City.  

 Debuting in 1841 in Paris, Giselle is a tragedy about a peasant girl who falls in love with a young duke. Giselle dies from incomparable grief when she discovers the duke is engaged to another woman. After her death, Giselle becomes a ghost who makes every man who passes the forest dance until they die. When the duke visits Giselle's grave and is in danger, Giselle tries to save him in this fascinating performance. Choreography comes courtesy of Patrice Barr, of the Paris Opera Ballet.

 The Korean National Ballet, established in 1962, was Korea's first professional ballet team and features some of the most respected dancers from around the country. Past Korean National Ballet performances have included classics such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake. 

-Tickets: "VIP" seats 100,000 won, "R" seats 80,000 won, "S" seats 60,000 won

-Reservations: (Interpark homepage in Korean)