Monday, May 11, 2015

Korean Nightlife

Hanchu fried chicken in Seoul was the most satisfying Korean meal we ate in Seoul. The giant room was crammed full with Koreans eating stuffed peppers, bar snacks and fried chicken, servers scurrying around dumping large pitchers of beer at tables and a giant dish pit out open in the restaurant where the staff tried desperately to wash all the glassware coming in.

Music bar is a small dive bar in Icheon in the city where my brother Scott and his fiancé Michelle lived while teaching English. We had drinks, requested music and made a new Korean friend who requested some Maroon 5 for us (??).

Zombie Bar in Hongdae was was of the weirdest nights in Seoul. Throughout the night, music stops and really terrible zombies wander out in the room and dance. It was awful and wonderful.


About Della

I'm Della. I take pictures.

I'm a freelance photojournalist based in Toronto. My work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Toronto Life, Hello! Magazine, The Calgary Herald and Sun Media publications. I have also shot for a number of corporate clients, including the Government of Canada, the Law Society of Upper Canada, ING, Accenture, Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Takeda, Amgen and Merck Frosst.

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