So meg and I went to the ultra famous Korean theater show NANTA. It appeals to foreigners because there is no speaking. Just yelling, singing, and drumming, and melodramatic movements. Sort of like a blue-man group equivalent. The story is set in a Korean kitchen, for a group of chef's who must prepare the food for a wedding. And the use real food! Lettuce flying, knives chopping carrots, and juggling cucumbers.
The show came to around $45 for the balcony seats. It was funny, though the humor was pretty slapstick. I give it 5.5 Lstan thumbs up (can you tell I'm into rating things now).