Commune's Club: Westerners hangout with live music
Commune's Club has a subtitle of Lonely Hearts, but do not let that fool you. Weekends usually see this place alive with all sorts of foreigners and a few of the westernized locals.
The club is in the basement level, so no windows and the acoustics might not let you hear the band from the street.
Even if this is not your type of scene, this is where many foreigners go, so once you stop by, they can point you in the direction of other places.
Dress Code: No dress code.
Chery Club: night life
O.K. your wondering about the cherry club by the U.S. base, well, im by that base and its what we call a "juicy club".There are girls there that work under contract and they sit and talk with you if you buy them a drink.It has lights and music and all of that stuff.Its not that big of a club but if you pay enough money to one of the girls ifs she`s interested you both can have a little one-on-one time if you know what i mean.The girls are mostly philippino. k
Dress Code: dress code is clothing (optional)
Heaven: NEW HiP hOp SpOt
The club is NEW!!! Just opened. I havent went inside of it yet but in passing they played pretty good music.
Dress Code: I dont know the dress code, but if its a hip hop type of club, there is probably no dress code. That doesnt mean that you should dress like a scrub tho. Come Clean!!!
Gypsy Rock: Da Rock
Gypsy Rock is a decent sized club, compared to korean standards. It has a hip-hop part which is downstairs and a techno part which can be found upstaris. The hip-hop portion of the club charges a cover, normally 5 thousand won or approximately 5 U.S. dollars. Its probably the best club in the city. It opens at 10 and closes well after 3. Its located in downtown Taegu where you can find other things to do or find other clubs.
Dress Code: No dress code from what i see. On weekends there are bouncers, and they do pat you down.
Gypsy, Bubbles, Kiss Me, Funkaholic, club Slang: Western Clubs in Daegu...
there are a few places downtown, Elvis club that was mentioned was old school and shut down a long time ago, turned into head bang bang...
the biggest place to go is Gypsy rock but if you go on a weekend before 1 a.m. you'll just find tons of american g.i.'s and korean girls...
Kiss me club is sometimes bumpin'...
there is the beer bar and the rock and roll bar with foreigners but no body dances there...
Club Slang just opened so i'm gonna find out about it tonight...
All pretty close to each other in Downtown Daegu, can't explain, ask around if you want to go there...
Dress Code: *** a dress code, they don't have them at these places...
Elvis Bar: Elvis Is In The House!
Good beer and good decor with lots of modern music playing really loud. The beer comes in huge pitchers with dry-ice smoke billowing out of them and lights that change the colour of the beer from red to blue to green in the bottom. Free popcorn, good service, and some westerners hang out there. Staff speaks some English. Reasonable prices, and you can get Corona's and Molson Canadian for a decent price, too. Try the Hite Stout, though, it tastes like a guiness and is really cheap by the pitcher.
Dress Code: No dress code.
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