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The Phantom continues his reign of terror at Dream Theatre


A scene from "Phantom of the Opera."

 The world-renowned musical "The Phantom of the Opera" returned to Korea on March 30, after a 13-year hiatus. The Korean-language revival will be performed at Busan's Dream Theatre, the largest musical theatre in the country, until June 18.
 The legendary musical, based on a 1910 French novel by Gaston Leroux and composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, portrays the events surrounding a disfigured musical genius, the Phantom, and his obsession with a beautiful and talented young soprano, Christine. Time and again "The Phantom of the Opera" has enthralled audiences with its gripping storyline and beautiful music.
 The show first premiered in London's West End in 1986 and became enormously successful, garnering many "Phans." The musical has played to over 140 million people in 33 countries worldwide and has won 70 major theater awards, including the 1986 Laurence Olivier Award and the 1988 Tony Award for best musical. Recently, the "Phantom of the Opera" concluded its 35-year run at New York City's Majestic Theatre as the longest-running show in Broadway history.
 Tickets can be purchased at the Dream Theatre box office, or online through Interpark (, Yes24, Ticket 11st and Facebook. For more information, visit the Dream Theatre's official website (


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 190,000 won 


160,000 won


130,000 won


 90,000 won


70,000 won