Theater Yong is Korea’s first, new conceptual cultural complex space, located in the Museum.
It is a performance-specialized auditorium with 805 seats including eight for the disabled, and staging performances of various genres from classical music to dance, plays and musicals.
The inside of
- 1st floor of seats
- 2nd floor of seats
- Proscenium stage
- Upper stage 1
- Upper stage 2
Symbol Mark of Theater Yong
- The symbol is designed after the combined images of Korean alphabet “용(Yong)” meaning dragon with cloud and imaginary animal, dragon.
The Korean image is magnified as a yin-yang symbol is embodied in the tails of the dragon.
- The red color delivers the image of passion and energy toward various performances.
- The Korean logo type is designed with bright simple font with achromatic colors which intended to avoid the dragon’s fixed image of heavy and old fashioned.
Theater Yong Logo type
The theater’s logo is an important factor in delivering the image of Theater Yong along with the symbol.