School of Drama
Drama is fundamentally a convergence of the arts. As such, the starting point of drama education is to help students gain an open mind to cooperate with others anytime and anywhere. The School of Drama in K-Arts consists of five Departments: Acting, Directing, Playwriting, Stage Design, and Theatre Studies. It offers a methodical drama education system for each system that is designed to integrate all curricula into 24 large and small scale performances given every semester. Performances are the melting pot and terminus for education in the School of Drama. Taking performance-oriented curriculum, the school of drama students aim to become ‘creators’ who constantly expand new horizons in the theatrical arts by taking on challenges and pursuing opportunities.
The School strives to produce experts with critical views and executive production ability by offering fieldtrips so that students can participate in the established media production process. By providing wide-ranging experiences and experiments through practice-based and theoretical courses, the School helps students seek the creativity in integrated media language demanded in the new visual era.
The School is proud to offer a 252-seat movie theater, a small and large film studio, 5 TV studios, over 90 practice rooms, and 12 preview rooms along with over 1,000 pieces of film equipment. The curriculum is designed for students to have hands-on experience in the media industry by attending various workshops and presentations that demand technical completeness, annual student exhibitions, and graduation shows with works in films, media and animation.