Monday, 25 October 2010

Halloween Partayzzz!

I've been getting tons of invitations to Halloween parties on facebook and by e-mail...

turns out having a widely read blog means people want me to pass on word about Halloween parties.

So if you're part of the 50% of my readers in Korea, or if you're one of the 50% of my readers outside Korea, but you're planning on visiting Korea next weekend, here's what I've got:

Wolfhound Pub in Itaewon promises to give me a free beer, and maybe even a beef and mushroom pie (my favorite) if I tell you about their Halloween party.  It's a 10 000 won cover, and big prizes.

So, I'm sure it's going to the the best of all the parties.  I'm sure of it.  And you should totally go!  Here's the party facebook page.

Hi Expat has a pretty good rundown of Halloween parties here, which you should look through.  Dillinger's, Sky Bar Lounge, Stompers, and many more are featured on the list.

Freebird sent me an interesting sounding party invitation: they're going to set up a bunch of bands around the edge of the room, and then each band will take turns playing one song each, trading off songs, so that there's a constant flow of music, and the party space has no front row: you can just hang wherever you like.  15000 cover, and the facebook event (including some of the bands playing) are here.

Korea's new to the Halloween game, so it's still a little hard to find a good costume shop; however, so far I haven't been let down by Namdaemun market: go to Hoehyeon Station, and head down to the main stretch, and towards the west end of the market.  See map.

View Costume shop in Namdaemun in a larger map

Got another Halloween party or a link to a listing to tell me about? Leave it in the comments!


Ricecake said...

If anyone is interested in mixing Latin Dancing with their Halloween, Americana Latina has a party going on Saturday-!/event.php?eid=118056551586301&index=1

The club's facebook page gives directions how to get there:!/group.php?gid=278317269039

From what I heard, this is a crazy party that goes on all night. It is Itaewon so it's mostly other ex-pats. And on non-Halloween nights, they give salsa and cha-cha lessons in English.

Dan said...

Mokpo (jeollanamdo) city has a big annual party.

This year it's at Mustang (무스탕 빠) and will feature some of our favorite mixed drinks on special.

John from Daejeon said...

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