After that you can begin the fun, stopping when the time is up.
You’ll head back to the restroom to brush again and then your mini-vacation is over.
This is usually temporary side work to pocket a few bucks. Note that I’ve updated this short list as of August 11, 2013.
The clerks here will often ask what kind of girl you want. You don’t really have to worry about fat girls or old girls here, but there are some rail thin chicks occasionally. I had a chance to visit Seoul again recently and found that some of the places I mentioned have either shut down or I forgot where the hell they were.
As I’ve also mentioned, most of it is off limits to people who are not Korean. A lot of very hot sexy young women work in these places.
One exception to that (outside of places like Belle, Hooker Hill, and independents) are the Kiss Bangs, which are basically make out rooms staffed with hot college girls that charge various rates. So you can find things like DVD Bangs (private rooms to watch movies) or Noraebangs (private Karaoke rooms). In a few shops you can get a hand job or a foot job.
Halfway up the block on the right you will see the front of this Kiss Bang, which is a strange blue color, on the second floor.
One way to find these places is just to look around.About three-quarters of the way down this street you’ll see a red brick building on your right. Take exit 8 out of Hongdae Ipgu station and make the first right turn.At the first intersection turn left and then immediately go right at the fork in the road.This answer will give you the best chance at getting the top girl available during your visit. Things are well managed so that the only people you will ever see are the door clerks and the women you’ll be serviced by. Some of them can even speak quite a bit of English since they’ve been learning it in school. I recorded the locations of Kiss Bangs in my phone before this website was launched, and the original post was based on those limited notes.Now, with the website going strong, I’ve been able to located a handful of shops and (by popular demand) map them out.