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These days, it seems like Gangnam's mega clubs have failed to keep their finger on the pulse of trends as more and more of them close down, but Octagon saves face.
Though its official name is Asia Multiplex Club, this venue is more often referred to as Club Ellui for its location at the Ellui Hotel.
The A started out as Club Heaven, then underwent a recent renewal and rekindled its business with a new staff. They have room for various genres, ranging from electronica to hiphop, and the space in front of the 2nd-floor VIP zone table is exceptionally wide.
This is probably the trendiest club in Itaewon right now. It's not that spacious, but it feels like a foreign club. Famous foreign artists stop by whenever they're in town. Hiphop and electronic sounds rub shoulders, and there are party programs full of new concepts each week.
"Wait, what do you mean the food?" Cakeshop has given birth to a chill younger brother with great taste in music and it cooks too.
Based on Old School vibes, the stereo at Brown blasts hip-hop most of the time. Because of its signature laid back vibe, a lot of well-known rappers and dancers often swing by, and so do their fans.
Dimly-lit basements, serious furniture, and music vibrating in soft, repetitive hums—these are the visions we conjure up when imagining underground European techno clubs from the not-so-distant past.