|Which ho would you like today, sir?|
For some reason, I ended up there almost every night during my last trip in Seoul. And I have to stay honest: neither the party scene nor the shopping is for me. I assume there is great alternative and artsy stuff hidden there, but without Korean, and without knowing the 'insiders', there's probably a small chance to get into.
|I wonder what makes it western...|
P.S: So what is it that you can order in a Ho Bar? I have to disappoint you, it's something not all that saucy... 'Ho' is an abbreviation for 'Hof', which Koreans thing is German for 'pub' (I guess they took it from 'Hofbräuhaus') - it's just a regular bar, and a popular chain, too. But still...
|'Please, take care of my obesity!'|
|who needs a Biergarten when you can get a Garten Bier?|