The best atypical bars in Seoul
You have to go there to believe it, Seoul is full of atypical bars:
Bar hidden on the floor of a warehouse, futuristic furniture, it is signed by the contemporary artist Lee Byung.
Bar specialising in top-of-the-range beer, recommended with a plate of jjaphagetti (noodles with black beans, egg and cheese).
Fluorescent pink bar and local illustrations, where you can enjoy traditional beers.
Here you can order via a telephone booth directly connected to the bar.
An artisanal beer bar in a traditional Korean house, called a hanok.
Installed in a vintage hanok, this whisky and cocktail bar is a very VIP place, created by the famous barman and mixologist Robin Yoo.
Jazzy music and smartphones are forbidden, enjoy the selection of more than 300 bottles of whiskies and scotches.
A local favourite bar with white rabbit, supernatural atmosphere and innovative cocktails.
In a hanok with a glass roof on the courtyard, we like to sip a beer while listening to the rain.
Created by two world-renowned bartenders, Lim Jae-jin and Eom Do-hwan, you have to draw a book to enter and enjoy a beer.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.