What is the night life of Seoul like? There are
many bars, taverns, and singing rooms (karaoke) in Korea, especially such large cities as Seoul and Busan.
Drinking plays an important role in the business and social relationship in Korea. When you drink with Korean people,
Koreans will habitually fill your glass. This comes out of customary courtesy. This just means that they care for you.
You do not have to empty the glass. However, Koreans feel more friendly with you, if you pour them drinks.
Also, there are dancing clubs but they charge a cover fee. So-called rock cafes also allow dancing but do not require a cover charge as they are popular with youngsters. Most dance clubs, pubs, and singing rooms close at two o'clock in the morning. However. some places run after 4 a.m.