However, in places like Jongno it may be a bit more difficult.It only recently became a place of gay nightlife and is evolving rapidly with more bars, but it is mainly among Koreans themselves who spread the word through the grapevine, leaving 'Homo Hill' in Itaewon more of a place for foreigners if anything.STATISTICALLY speaking, gays are more affluent, educated, and worldly than their st8t counterparts, who coincidently have a 53% chance of their "perfect" heterosexual relationships ending in DIVORCE.Please, for the love of all that is sacred, give your brain an education so your mouth loses it's flappability and makes you a fool, again.SEE ALSO: 10 Female Idols Whose Smiles Melt Our Hearts With that being saod, there are still some unique parts of Korea's gay culture many still don't know about, and today, light will be shed about the topic here.Check these interesting bits of information on Korea's gay culture!
Only the women of the ruling class could enjoy the same privileges of the men in the same class.
Now this is a definite 'hold da phone' moment as even I was not prepared for seeing this when visiting Korea.
Believe it or not, there are many gay oriented jimjjilbangs (saunas) in Korea that have some unique rules when attending (be aware of which tub you decide to bathe in).
There is actually a shop in Seomyeon, Busan for those who are curious.
I'd say tell 'em I sent you, but I won't be in Korea anytime soon myself.
But allk_maknae, how do you know you're in a gay jimjjilbang?