Clubs (Hongik Uni. Neighborhood)
Hongdae refers to the area stretching from Hongik Univ. Station (line 2) to the main entrance of Hongik University and is lined with unique coffee houses, small venues for indie rock concerts, live music bars, jazz and dance clubs.
노래방 Noraebang (Korean Style Karaoke)
Karaoke is most commonly called “Noraebang” (노래방, literally, “song room”) in Korea, but various Korean alternatives like Norae yeonseupjang (노래연습장), or Norae yeonseupshil (노래연습실) are also sometimes used. Noraebang consists of multiple rooms containing karaoke equipment, usually rented out for short time periods. They are easily found everywhere in the streets of busy districts. Koreans usually go there with friends after drinking at night.
찜질방 Jjimjilbang (Korean Style Heath Spa)
A Jjimjilbang (찜질방) is a large, gender-segregated public bathhouse in Korea, furnished with hot tubs, showers, Finnish-style saunas, and massage tables, similar to a Korean sauna or mogyoktang. However, in other areas of the building or on other floors there are unisex areas, usually with a snack bar, ondol-heated floor for lounging and sleeping, wide-screen TVs, exercise rooms, ice rooms, heated salt rooms and sleeping quarters with either bunk beds or sleeping mats.
Dragon Hill Spa : Subway Line 1, Yongsan(용산) station Exit 1
Sheraton Spa : Subway Line 2, Guro Digital Complex (구로디지털단지) station Exit 3
Spalex : Subway Line 4, Dongdaemun History&Culture Park (동대문 역사문화공원) station