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Several clubs in Seoul are reopening this weekend

“No mask, no entry”

  • Olivia Wycech
  • 24 April 2020
Several clubs in Seoul are reopening this weekend

Yes, it's true — it's back to business for many clubs in Seoul this weekend, especially for those craving a trip down the rabbit hole into the underground. It's hard to believe that things in the South Korean capital are starting to return to some kind of normalcy since the country was COVID-19 hotspot just two months ago, but they got their shit together — fast. Thanks to plenty of testing and an obedient population that adhered to the instructions of health officials, Seoul is officially on the right side of the outbreak.

To start, Cakeshop — Seoul's go-to for all things house and techno — reopened last night with a full weekend of programming to follow. The club is even offering free entrance before 12am.

Faust is also reopening tonight and will cater to those who enjoy the underground as well. Masks must be worn in order to gain entry and kept on inside, hand sanitizer is provided, and temperatures will be checked before entering

Concrete Bar will also open this tonight and tomorrow but Beton Brut looks like it will remain closed.

Vurt will also reopen this weekend for those who can't wait to get back to their underground roots, this club has a minimal and industrial aesthetic. Masks must be worn and people will be asked for their travel history. They will also must give access records for epidemiological investigation in case of a confirmed case of corona virus.

China has also kickstarted its clubbing industry which so far seems to be going well for them. It remains to be seen if this will last but we're hopeful. Party on, but party safe.

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