Sing your heart out in a noraebang

In South Korea’s work hard, play hard society karaoke is a popular method for Koreans to relieve stress. Whether it is school students looking to unwind after stressful school hours or office workers wishing to bond after the successful completion of a project, karaoke is a source of entertainment for all sections of Korean society. Noraebangs, literally meaning a room to sing - norae (sing) and bang (room), can be found throughout the country. These are reserved on a private basis and come with an extensive collection of popular music in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese. Rooms are equipped with large TVs, multiple microphones and tambourines ensuring everyone can get involved. Belting out your favourite tunes in a noraebang after a busy day of sightseeing is a quintessentially Korean way to unwind.

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