Release some stress at one of Seoul’s noraebangs (singing rooms); with the freedom to belt out any song of your choice, it can make for an extremely gratifying and cathartic experience. Also, it’s just some good plain fun. How can it not be when singing and dancing along with buddies to the recent hit of the month? When finding a noraebang in Seoul, one tip is to find a place that is not necessarily the most popular spot in town. There’s a higher chance of receiving more time to sing for free. Of course, there are some unique noraebangs that are worth a visit such as “Su Noraebang,” where the inside of rooms can be seen from the street through the large glass windows. Regardless, the streets of Seoul are littered with noraebangs, and is a popular activity to do after dinner.
Hours : Always open
Directions : Hongik Univ. Stn (Line 2, Gyeongui Line, A'REX), Exit 2; Sangsu Stn (Line 6), Exit 1
Tel : +82-2-336-2332
Address : Jangchungdan-ro, Jung-gu
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