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— Good Night: Energy Flash, Hyundai Card Storage, Itaewon, Seoul — ntil August 25 (Tues-Sat 1200-2100, Sun/holidays 1200-1800)
— by Kim Eun-jin: While nightclubs today may just seem like a noisy excuse to drink and dance, in its early days, the clubbing subculture offered a long-awaited space for young people to cut loose.
These midnight dance parties began in the 1970s in Europe and the United States, then often subject to the scorn of older, more conservative neighbors. Dance clubs began appearing in Korea in the mid-’90s as foreigners and young Korean students studying abroad brought the culture back with them…
Image courtesy of the Korea Joongang Daily/Kim Eun-jin
April 23, 2019