Korean theatre began in Vladivostok in the mid 30-ies of XX century in the framework of the development of public education among immigrants from Korea. After the opening of the Korean pedagogical Institute and the national Korean Institute, there is a need to enrich the people spiritual and cultural food through theatrical performances.
The theatre began its work immediately after the first Newspapers and magazines published in the Korean language. In Vladivostok in the framework of the education of Korean residents on a regular basis operated two theatres: drama and Korean music and drama theatres.
One of the theaters were located on the street Edge, and was called sun-Joo Uti that obled large capacity, and basically as spectators came proletarians. Currently, there is detsko-youthful sports school.
After 1937 in the period of mass repressions, many cultural and educational institutions were closed in connection with the eviction of the Korean population in other countries. Koreans were allowed to return on the coastal land only in the mid 50-ies.
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