Salt Coke is a relatively new bar on Rodeo in Apgujeong. It’s getting increasingly more popular because of the cheap drink prices in an area that is otherwise usually pretty pricey. I stopped in for a few drinks the other day. The bar itself has a trendy feel, it’s minimal and mostly white. There’s a dj playing on weekends. There’s also a few projector screens playing movies, Toy Story was playing on the one by me. Awesome! The music was good and the bar was moderately busy. I think it will get much busier as more people hear about it though.
Cocktails start at 5,000 won and go up to9,000 for Mojitos. In this area you’d usually pay at least double that. They also offer various bottle sets. An Absolute Vodka set is 69,000 won including mixers and a choice of side dishes. So if you want a bar that still feels like Apgujeong without the price tag head here.
There's a lot going on in Korea for Halloween. Over the next week I will be posting about some of the places holding Halloween Parties.
Next Friday, October 21st (a week early, they're a bit over-eager I think), there is a Halloween Party being held at The Apartment, an upscale lounge bar in Cheongdam. Free flowing Veuve Champagne and canapes, what's not to love?!!
Green space in Seoul is something of a novelty. It’s not easy to come by. There are some nice parks in the city where you can escape the chaos of the concrete jungle for a little while though.