Seoul Korea South

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9.8m
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10-20
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An ever-evolving hub for professionals and fashionistas alike, it’s no surprise that Seoul hosts extravagant nightlife.

Iconic historical areas like Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukchon Hanok Village, alongside traditional street markets like Gwangjang Market, stand side-by-side with Seoul’s loud and lively clubs, creating the ideal medley of culture and fun in one city. 

Drinking starts with dinner accompanied by shots of soju, and late-night Korean barbecue eateries are a no-brainer as party-goers stay out until the wee hours of the morning.

Take a stroll on the streets of Itaewon-dong, and you’re bound to stumble upon all kinds of unique clubs, bars, and music venues. Gangnam is the area’s posh and swanky sister. 

Seoul has its fair share of eccentric spots in unusual and captivating spaces. The city offers unique nightlife venues, from the thriving LGBT+ club for drag performances like Trance, to the alternative techno nightclub at Faust.

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