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Seoul’s Second Most Popular Gay Nightlife (After Homo Hill)
Jongno is one of the most famous areas for gay travelers seeking the local gay scene. Only 25 mins on the train to get to Homo Hill Itaewon, Korea’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 the subway station of Jngno 3-ga, line 5. Afterward, 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.
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.
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.
Save time and money by staying at the closest hotels.
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