- The Grand Theater, which was built on 18,916 square meters of floor space and three stories above ground, was opened in October 1983 and opened on September 3, 1988. It is the representative art and culture of Busan, which is famous for its opera, musicals, orchestras and traditional music performances. It is a hall.
It has 1,409 seats (including 14 wheelchair seats), a variety of lighting and sound facilities on a 1,524 square meter stage.
- In mid-December, 1988, a small theater with a small theater and a five-year old opened on April 15, 1993, is a medium-sized theater suitable for music, theater, Korean music and dance performances. Equipped with a seating capacity of 777 seats (including eight wheelchair seats) and a state-of-the-art acoustics facility on a 323 square meter stage, the theater is designed to be able to see the stage in all auditoriums.
Sarang Chae Theater
- It was built in 1991 and has grown into a venue loved by the public, covering a variety of genre performances. It is a multi cultural space designed to help children and their families to enjoy the cultural life of the children, to learn the etiquette of the performance culture.
- Busan·Ulsan·Gyeongnam first class exclusive hall
It is the first classical venue in Busan, Ulsan, and Kyungnam which has the best sound environment suitable for chamber music, solo and solo concert. It is completely different from the existing facilities which was held for various purposes such as meetings, seminars, lectures, academic presentations and awards ceremony. It is the best place to concentrate on the artists on the stage in all aspects of sound and sight by remodeling with emphasis on the implementation of the performance function.