Back in my UGA college years when I could afford such luxuries as spontaneity, my friends and I would frequently pile into a car on a random weekday night and drive 40 minutes on 316 from Athens to Atlanta just to karaoke.
Because Asians love karaoke. Or as Koreans call it: 노래방 aka No-rae-bang aka NRB, translation “Song Room.”
It doesn’t matter if you can’t sing or carry a tune. It doesn’t even matter if you don’t like music (what are you, a robot?). As long as you are in good company, karaoke can mean good times for all.
New to Korean karaoke? It’s simple – you get a private room for your group (yup, its that literal), order lots of drinks and food, pick songs from a giant song book, and let the disco lights inspire you. Most Korean karaoke bars will have an extensive list of Korean music, impressive amount of American hits, and adequate sampling of international fare (Chinese, Russian, etc).
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