Noraebang [노래방]: Karaoke like you have never seen it before.

When you think about your vacation, there are a lot of items that make it to your list. When you’re heading to Korea, the line-up below is a must-try at least once … But trust me, you won’t stop there.

Today, I’m going to share with you how to have loads of fun in Korea.

Recreation Parks

If anything, Korea is known for its various parks. The most famous theme parks are Everland, Seoul land, and Lotte World; but it doesn’t mean you have to stick to this selection only. Basically, amusement parks can easily be within your reach at some point during your visit.

Arcade Room

In case you didn’t know, arcade rooms are widely popular in Korea. Hammer game, pump it up, Air hockey, basketball, racing games … The list is long and the fun is neverending. I definitely enjoyed smashing things every now and then.

Shooting Range

Sometimes, arcade rooms are not enough for your overflowing energy. For that, I highly recommend shooting ranges! It’s one thing to shoot, but when you aim and nail every target, that’s a whole other level of satisfaction.

Noraebang

Ah, the country’s bliss and curse. Karaoke is almost a religion in Korea as you can find full Karaoke rooms everywhere around the city. Sometimes you’ll find two to three rooms in one alley!

That’s how serious they are about singing, and I wouldn’t blame them because at least you’re paying your own money to scream your lungs out, and you don’t have to be civilized and keep it down because nobody does … ever.

Trick Art

This has got to be the best type of optical illusion I have ever come across!

During my visit to Gwangju, we found a mesmerizing Trick Art zone in the subway station. I had little to no footage, but I can safely say that I’m willing to go back there and get everything on tape this time.

If you want to live this experience in Seoul, the Trick Eye Museum is your go-to destination.

That’s all for today! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, and stay tuned for more Hallyu gems. Until I see you next time, thank you for reading me.

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