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Registration for 18th May Meeting OPEN!!

It’s that time again, and we are ready for some more fresh and delicious makgeolli! This meeting we are heading close to COEX to a little place called ‘Helen’s Kitchen’. [...]

Community Korea – Makgeolli Party

 


April 6th Meeting – Registration OPEN!!

The weather is warming up and we are in the mood for some fresh makgeolli, old school style. Our next meeting came personally recommended to us for its Nongju and [...]

Meeting 8 – Hawaiian Makgeolli (하와이언 막걸리) Photo Gallery

We were a little skeptical about Hawaiian Makgeolli with their promises of ‘pizza’, but we were very pleasantly surprised! Mamas & Papas had a fantastic time here, we ate well, tasted well, and overall it was a comfortable and relaxing night.


March 16th Meeting – Registration OPEN!!

Mamas & Papas are going young and trendy! We are set to check out ‘Makgeolli Salon’ near Hongdae University. It’s a well known spot among students and has a good selection of fresh makgeolli. It has a lively atmosphere and the menu may have a few tricks we haven’t seen before, so we are excited to try it out!

Makgelli Salon
If you want in, send us your emails at mmpkorea@gmail.com!


‎(Jun 30) Sinchon Int'l Party신촌 외국인 친구 영어 파티 + Free Club Entrance

Date: 
Saturday, June 30, 2012 - 19:30

 


<EXIT> Social Underground #6

Date: 
Saturday, July 7, 2012 - 23:00

Come and celebrate a strong six months of Social Underground at Exit. Lewis Anthony and Raico will be at the helm leading the electronic shenanigans. This month, the duo will be joined by Aaron Cho.

Exit once again provides the perfect setting. There's no luxurious VIP area, no outrageous drink prices, no dress code, and certainly no cover. This is a party about the music and the music only.

"I've been nothing but impressed by the duo's track selection and DJing abilities and can only recommend this night for those seeking quality electronic music in one of Seoul's most playful and sweaty spots." Sebastien Rousset, 10MAG.COM

"Exit, the dirty garage bar near Hongdae Park, is one of our favorite venues in Seoul - mostly because it's the only place we know we're guaranteed to find decent music on a night out. this is especially true at Social Underground." Loren Cotter, CHINCHA.CO.UK


<EXIT> Social Underground #5

Date: 
Saturday, June 2, 2012 - 23:00

The Sound of Social Underground: There will be a free mix CD for the first 50 people through the door.

The first Saturday of the month means only one thing: Social Underground at Exit. For the fifth installment of what is becoming Hongdae's hottest and sweatiest party, Lewis Anthony and Raico will be behind the ones and twos to provide the soundtrack all night long.

Exit, once again provides the perfect setting. There's no luxurious VIP area, no outrageous drink prices, no dress code, and ceratinly no cover. This is a party about the music and the music only.

Click here for more information.

Click here for directions.

 

 


<EXIT> Social Underground #4

Date: 
Saturday, May 5, 2012 - 23:00

Social Underground is back at Exit for another round of electronic shenanigans. Lewis Anthony and Raico will at the controls all night long to provide a soundtrack that will not only move your body, but your mind and soul.

Exit once again provides the perfect setting. There's no luxurious VIP area, no outrageous drink prices, no dress code, and certainly no cover. This is a party about the music and the music only!

For directions, click here.

For more information and two exclusive mini mixes from Lewis Anthony and Raico, click here.

 


So, Koreans are sooo Korean…

The other day I sat through a conversation with a person who referred to Korean people as being soooo Korean. I didn’t ask them what they meant, and perhaps I should have, because it’s the kind of thing that really needs more of an explanation. Why? Is it not absurd to consider Koreans to be anything but Korean?

There is a prevailing thought that I keep encountering in Korea which bothers me. It is the concept that Korean people and people from other countries are so different that their actions must be distinguished as being distinctly Korean. You might think that this is fair, because Korean people do act like Korean people. But what’s the point of making an issue of it? It’s like complaining that the shower you are taking in the morning is sooo wet. Korean people are Korean, so they will act Korean. And, hold on to your hats here because this next comment will blow the roof off, many of them are proud of it! Fuck. Stop the world.


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