Gay Bars Seoul

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Gay Bars Seoul

For gay nightlife, Itaewon is the favorite among visitors. Homo Hill refers to the collection of gay bars and clubs which are in the Itaewon district. Itaewon is also the international hub of Seoul home to many expats so it’s hardly surprising that the gay area is also international.

For a megacity, Seoul’s gay nightlife scene is relatively small but it’s make up for this with packed gay bars and after-party clubs.

On the other side of town, Jongro-3 is comparably tame compared to the nightlife in Homo Hill. The smoky bars are filled with local Korean’s drinking peacefully late into the night.

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Gay Bars Hub & Street Food
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Seoul’s Second Most Popular Gay Nightlife (After Homo Hill)
Jongno is one of the most famous areas for gay travellers seeking the local gay scenes. Only 25 mins on the train to get to Homo Hill Itaewon, Korean’s main gay hub. Also street food and shopping. It’s the place that everyone will be sitting on the side of the street for dinner next to subway station of Jngno 3-ga, line 5. Afterwards, all boys head down into the narrow street for bar hopping.

Over 25 bars, such as Shortbus and Friends. Keep in mind that the street is located right in the middle of the community and that’s why there are no dance clubs, check it out over the weekends for the crowd.

Jongno in Seoul | Laid-Back Gay Bars & Great Korean Street Food
Music: The area is full of trendy local but the music is pretty well-mixed amount of top-40 pop from Youtube hits and Kpop.

Crowd: Local is the main crowd here for food, drink and chat about. However, there is a few mixes of international visitors and expats who’re exploring the gay scene in this little charming narrow street.

Drinks: You can’t really say no to So-Ju (Korean’s most popular alcohol drink). Either take it as a shot or mixing it up with local beer. Cost around 4,500 – 5,000 Won ($4 USD).

Dress: There is no dress code on the gay street, just remember you’re in one of the most fashionable city. Casual but trendy with comfy and don’t let yourself down.

How to get there
Taxi: Ask the taxi drivers for Jongno 3-ga at exit 3.

Subway: Take the train line 1, 3 or 5 to get the Jongno 3-ga station and the street is right there as soon as you reached exit 3 on Purple Line train.

Facilities: Bar, Restaurant, Karaoke, Music, Free WiFi
Gay’s Favorite People Watching
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Why Not Bar | Gay’s Favorite for Chat & Chill on Homo Hill
This cocktail bar is located right next to SOHO on Homo Hill, an excellent location for bar-hopping over weekends. The venue is well design and the best place to be for fun crowd and wacky renditions of k-pop choreographies, which makes Why Not Bar no questions, is one of your stops during a tour of the hill. Open daily from 7:30 pm to 3 am (until 5 am on Friday & Saturday). The bar entry fee is 10,000 Won ($8 USD) + 1 free drink.

Why Not is one of the oldest gay bars on Homo Hill. Each bar on Seoul’s main gay street has its own characteristics, especially Why Not? Bar. Staff can speak English hence it is very popular among gay travelers. It’s a perfect place to make a conversation with friends, make new friends or even more!

Music: The bar has plenty of music ranges from house, techno and latest mainstream international dance and diva hit on top-40 charts. Last and not least, the beat of k-pop remix.

Crowd: Night out in Why Not attracts international crowd & trendy locals between the age of 30-40. Sometimes the local crowd puts on their own show as k-pop dance which very much entertaining.

Dress: The heart of gay town in Homo Hill, Itaewon is very casual. Tank-top and shot are totally great to go for Seoul gay scene. However, the crowd here are well dressed.

How to get there
Taxi: Ask for Homo Hill in Itaewon, the street is located in the city centre and well know for cafe’, restaurants, nightlife and gay bars

Subway: From Itaewon underground station Exit 3, walk straight ahead one block and make a right, then take the 2nd left to Homo Hill. The bar is on the right side of the hill next to Soho.

Facilities: Bar, Music
Homo Hill Most Popular Gay Bar
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Itaewon’s Most Popular Bar on Homo Hill
SOHO Bar is one of the main dance clubs, located in the middle of the main gay street, Homo Hill. It’s one of the most popular LGBT night spots for young locals & international visitors in Seoul. The venue is conveniently located for bar hopping. Seoul’s best gay dance club and bar open on Friday & Saturday only, from 10 pm until 5 am, slowly starts to pack among expats and cute Korean buys around 2 am as it’s a peak time.

Does Not Get Busy Until After Midnight
If you get to Soho Bar, Itaewon’s most popular gay bar on Homo Hill a little too early. Find a table that gives you the best view for people watching and while pre-drinking. Seoul’s best gay dance club and bar slowly starts to pack among expats and cute Korean buys around 2 am, it’s the club’s peak time.

Music: The bar plays the latest mainstream international dance top 40 hits/remixes with some video showing on numerous monitors around the club. It’s going on until 5 am (and sometimes 7 am!).

Crowd: Night out in Soho Seoul is popular with locals and international visitors. The name is pretty well known and that gains young people from every country all over the world.

Dress: The heart of gay town in Homo Hill Seoul, Itaewon is very casual. Tank-top and shot are totally great to go for Seoul gay scene.

How to get there
Taxi: Show this address 137-4 Itaewon, the street is located up the hill in the city centre with other gay bars.

Subway: From Itaewon underground station Exit 3, walk straight ahead one block and make a right, then take the 2nd left. You’ll see a sign for Soho on the right side of this uphill lane about half a block up.

Facilities: Bar, Dancing
Korea’s LGBT Street in Itaewon
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Korean Gay Party District
Homo Hill is small pedestrian street dotted with shops, cafe, restuarants and gay clubs & bars. It has some great bars overlooking the street so great for beer, conversation, people-watching and of crouse dancing. Seoul’s gay scene is divided into two main areas, Jongro-3 and the most popular gay scene Homo Hill in Itaewon.

The gayest visitors become familiar with Homo Hill for the best gay bars with drag shows and gay saunas such as Hyundae Sauna and Equus Sauna in a convenient location. Homo Hill is easy to find as it’s well known for the city’s red-light district neighborhood where to enjoy your gay scene in Seoul. The gay street, Homo Hill opens on Thu to Sun and normally gets busy around 1 am onward.

Seoul’s most popular gay bars and gau saunas & cruise club in Homo Hill are Queen which is being popular for young attractive crowd and gay scene weekend madness and Soho for the most popular bar on the street. Other must-visit gay bars in Homo Hill are Club Qubic and Why Not Bar. Not on Homo Hill but nearby fun gay bars in Itaewon are Club Pulse, GRAY Club and Le Queen.

Homo Hill | Soeul’s best gay party street
The gay street, Homo Hill opens on Thu to Sun and normally gets busy around 1 am onward. Seoul’s most popular gay bars and gau saunas & cruise club in Homo Hill are Queen which is being popular for young attractive crowd and gay scene weekend madness and Soho for the most popular bar on the street.

Music: The street of the gay scene in Homo Hill has a great collection of international DJ, current international pops (Top 40) and last but not least is K pop.

Crowd: Night out in this street is popular with both locals and international visitors from every country all over the world wandering and cruising around.

Dress: The heart of gay town in Itaewon is very casual. Tank-top and shot are totally great to go for Seoul gay scene in Homo Hill.

How to get there
Taxi: Ask for Homo Hill in Itaewon-dong, the street is located in the city centre and well know for cafe’, restaurants and gay bars.

Subway: Itaewon underground station (Line 6), take exit 3 and about 5 mins walk to the venue from the station.

Facilities: Bar, Restaurant, Dancing, Cruise, Sauna

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