Korea’s Nightlife by Executive Party Planner

If you’ve been to NYC you know new York earned the reputation of being the city that never sleeps. But if you’ve been to Seoul or Busan Korea, you’d think the big apple was near comatose. That’s because Korea is really doesn’t sleep.

When talking to a VIP executive entertainment party planner in Korea, we were told that there are clubs that open doors at 8pm, 11pm, 1am, 3am, and even 5am. There are karaoke rooms where you can invite geishas called domis in Korean. This hails back hundreds of years in nobility culture. They used to be called gisaeng.

How far these helpers go to satisfy you is as varied as the risk the business is willing to take. Or how many law enforcement and district attorney clients they have.

It’s illegal to go very far. But its not generally enforced.