The world's most delicious musical based on Korea's well-loved dish, Bibimbap!
Acting and cooking combine in a show pioneering the concept of ‘Eatertainment'
Talented actors and musicians demonstrate their skills of performance in the kitchen
Breakdancing, martial arts, acrobatics and singing accompany the cooking during BIBAP
The non-verbal show and use of mime means language barriers are not a problem!
Koreans love their national foods, so much so that they've created a show based on the well-loved rice, beef and veggies dish ... Bibimbap! Being non-verbal, the show is accessible to all nationalities, whether you've grown up a K-food lover or not (warning: you will be by the end of this!) Performers mimic the sound of making bibimbap with beat-boxing, a cappella, acrobatics and martial arts. It's heralded as the pioneer of a new fad called ‘Eatertainment'! Two chefs battle it out in the kitchen to create the best bibimbap dish with the winner judged by a randomly selected audience member. It's not all bibimbap though, expect sushi, pizza, and chicken noodles too, served with a b-boying accompaniment. Suited to gastronomes and thespians alike, this innovative and dynamic performance is a self-proclaimed ‘delicious musical'.
How To Get There:
Efficient and comprehensive service was provided. Since the show on the date that we wanted to book was fully booked, the staff helped to arrange another date for us and all the things went on efficiently. It was easy to take the tickets at the ticketing counter in Seoul as well. We just need to show the verification email to the officer so it's absolutely convenient to book the show through klook.
interesting show. the process of buying the tickets is convenient and fast. Picking up the tickets at Seoul is easy and simple. enjoy!!
I've saw 3 different Korean show and BIBAP is the best. Strongly recommend and suitable for all ages, from kid to elder. Seat arrangement is also very good.
And entertaining show for us to spend an afternoon.
Smooth booking and collection of tickets at the counter. I watched Nanta before and both are about cooking. Bimbap has more interaction with audience. Funny show with talented crew. Very talented in B-Boxand street dancibg. Only one tiny feedback, I hope that they use real ingredients in their shows.