If you’re in Seoul on the last Friday of the month, called Club Night locally, you can pay a flat fee to enter about a dozen different clubs, with one drink on the house in each. It’s a good deal even if you only plan to visit a few of the bars.
While the city’s best nightlife spot, the area around Hongik University is quite charming by day as well, particularly on Saturdays and Sundays when markets spring up selling Korean handicrafts and souvenirs. You’ll find the weekend markets near the front gate of the university, and things typically get going shortly after noon and stay open until sunset.
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Immerse yourself in Korea’s beauty culture at Hongdae Beauty Shop, a one-stop venue for hair styling, skincare and other beauty needs. Get pampered by a makeup ... Read more
Seoul, South Korea
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)