I am a first-time visitor. Crowd is late 20s - 40s. Drink prices are fairly reasonable. You'll see a sign for Queen on the left side of this uphill lane about half a block up.
The venue is a gay-friendly dance club. Some wonder however, if the popularity will homogenize Itaewon's expat vibe. Local boys are pretty, well dressed. Both cute hunks and gorgeous locals and international visitors. Pros - Great lighting and sound system.
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The menu is fairly large including whole bottle sales of white and red wine and champagne, plus the usual cocktails, bottled beers and a good coffee and juice selection. The pub features a large area to mix and mingle and enough space to fit about 80 people.
Tank-top and shot are totally great for Seoul gay scene in Homo Hill.
Why Not Bar is a gay bar that has an excellent location for bar-hopping. But rents soared, mom-and-pop stores were driven out and franchise retail brands moved in. They have tables and bar seating. But some wonder if, given the strategic location, this may bring further gentrification and new apartment complexes.
Now it's quite likely the best place in Itaewon to enjoy the night air. Hong opened a string of popular restaurants such as My Thai and My Chelsea, which helped raise the profile - and price expectations - of the street.
Add your review, comment, or correction Comments from Utopians: "The staff are always charming here. The owner is a book lover who loves art, music, and travel. M Club by Pulse is right in front of it. A classier, Euro-style joint that draws the plus crowd is 3 Alley Pub tel. Usually, a night out on the town involves two or three cha , but a special occasion such as a birthday or holiday can take merry-makers all the way into a fifth.
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