If you thought Korean craft beer could only be found in hip industrial neighborhoods, student areas or Itaewon, The Table in Gwanghwamun is happy to prove otherwise.
Ordering beer by calling a waiter is a thing of the past at Tap Public. Strap on the electronic wristband and stroll down the seemingly endless wall of taps, pouring tasters or pints to your taste.
Seoul Gypsy is a relaxed taproom in the quiet streets behind Jongmyo Shrine, with boutique craft beer and food and a vintage vibe.
Named after the traditional Korean roof tiles, Kiwa Taproom is a picturesque pitstop in the busy Bukchon area.
Venture deep into the Euljiro maze and be rewarded with two floors of fluorescent delight.
Tucked away in another corner of the Ikseon-dong maze, Aledang joins the ranks of remodeled hanuks, this time in the form of a refreshing ale pub.
Dark interior, fairy lights, upholstery from a time long forgotten and a sound system so wooly that it makes even kpop sound like 70s soul! Presumably named after the Soul legend Sam Cooke, these twin bars in Hyehwa are all about that retro vibe.