Following suit with Fraser Place Namdaemun, which opened the doors to its panoramic lounge two years ago in July 2013, Fraser Place Central has launched its own lounge. More of a serviced apartment residence as opposed to a hotel, the venue allows for long-term residents to stay in the central part of Seoul without having to find temporary housing. With diplomatic families and families with business in Seoul often finding a sense of home here, the newest addition to the 23rd floor—the Panorama Lounge and Bar— must be a great comfort for Fraser Place Central residents. After all, those with families understand best the difficulty of commuting with children when trying to go to a nice place. The Lounge has bar side seating with top-shelf alcohol and window seats with a 23-story view of the city lights at night. For days when the weather is nice, there’s also outdoor seating that allows patrons to enjoy the pleasant breeze. It’s a nice high-end touch to a quiet neighborhood that barely has any bars in the two-block radius, much less ones worth going to. Expect the service here to be Englishfriendly and visitors to the Lounge to be as diverse as Fraser Place Central itself.