Yongin Cultural Foundation is a multipurpose cultural hub that hosts a wide variety of performances for the city, which has over one million inhabitants. ‘Eoul Madang’ translates as ‘an event or place in which many people gather to play games and enjoy festivities.’ The complex has a total of six performing arts spaces which provide a meeting point for Yongin citizens to gather together to enjoy classical music concerts, and children- and family-orientated shows.
Big Eoul Madang, which opened in September 2004 at Yongin Women’s Hall, is a proscenium theatre with a total capacity of 599 seats over two levels, and is equipped with moving stages, an orchestra pit, and an acoustic shell. The Arthur followspots are sited in the purpose-built followspot booth above the second level with a 25m throw-distance to the stage.
The new followspots were immediately put to work on a Gukck show, a concert of traditional Korean music, which gave the lighting team – comprising head of lighting, Duhee Lee, and lighting technicians and followspot operators, Muhyuck Chung, Gyungho Park, Hwa Lee - a chance to put them through their paces. Since then, the followspots have been in continual use.
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