National Theater Company of KOREA

사랑Ⅱ LIEBEⅡ Poster


23 Jun, 2021~ 18 Jul, 2021

  • Venue

    Baek Seonghui & Jang Minho Theater 

  • Genre


  • Show Time

    Weekdays 7.30pm ㅣSat & Sun 3pmㅣNo performance on Tuesday

  • Tickets


  • Duration

    100 minutes.

  • Enquiry

  • Language Korean


    Age Restriction Suitable for ages 14 and over

※ In line with the current social distancing measures (Level 2) enforced by the South Korean government in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we leave seats between different groups empty.

- Bookings may be made for groups of up to 4 people.

- One seat on either side of each group will be left empty.


※ As per our preventive measures against Covid-19, all visitors will be required to fill out a mobile questionnaire and have their temperature checked before entering the theater. Please allow extra time for these quarantine procedures.


※ In the event of a confirmed case or a close contact of Covid-19, the production may be suspended or cancelled, and all tickets will be fully refunded without incurring cancellation fees. We will send out further instructions on how to proceed with the cancellation.


“Park Bonn’s work is fast-paced, precise and humorous.”

- Hakan Sava? Mican (German playwright)


Berlin-born and Europe-based playwright and director Park Bonn is a prize-winner at the Berlin Theatertreffen Stückemarkt at the age of 30. In June, 2021, he presents his new work on the stage of NTCK. The title of the play LIEBE II means ‘a sequel to love’. Park, who was born and raised in Germany despite his roots in Korea, shares his unique perspectives and insight as someone who is neither an insider nor an outsider. He notes that both K-pops  and K-dramas portray people passionately striving for perfection. In the belief that everyone should be involved in the creative process, he has created a lively yet profound story together with the cast and staff members.





A Sequel to Love

There are four people stuck somewhere between this world and the next. They dream of becoming pop idols and sing about the essence of the most common and diverse human emotions. We witness their intense struggle to reach perfection, and their ardent pursuit of their dreams. What is it that completes various forms of love beyond the love between people? What remains on the other side of completed love? Starting with such questions, the play invites us on a journey to find answers from the creative stage through to the final performance. Let us not forget. It may not be as romantic as other romantic dramas, but it certainly is a love story.





Three people have taken their own lives after failing to become pop idols. Although they expect their lives to be over, they continue to exist in the earth core. Still hoping to become pop idols, they decide to cultivate and train a new member so they can form a perfect group together—amidst the grass, flowers and flowing water there. 



Written and directed by Park Bonn

Korean-German playwright Park Bonn is a prize-winner at the Berlin Theatertreffen Stückemarkt at the age of 30, and has since attracted worldwide attention. His sharp insight and unique perspectives on the absurdity of the world have sent shock waves across the German theater scene. Park is best known for the innovative metaphors that he presents on stage. Not only does he reflect on mankind through sharp and acrimonious satire, but he also delves into the inner thoughts of those addicted to futility and melancholy everyday life, thereby winning the hearts of critics and audiences alike.