The semiconductor industry routinely trails around the same far-flung places in the world, and then in the evening a tricky question sometimes surfaces: Where can I get a decent pint? This guide might help you find one, and gives you the chance to help others find one, too.
O’Kim’s Brauhaus, Seoul
A barn of a place with a Caspary brewery installation. Serving three (changing) German beers (Hefeweizen, Helles and Dunkles when we were there) plus a local Korean. Try the combi order for a sample. We were told Octoberfest would herald a new beer.
It serves food (western and asian) by a rather strange self-service ticketing system, and also has a music stage.
Location: CO-EX, World Trade Center, Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-731, Korea
(Samsung tube station). It’s on the first floor, above all the shops in the (huge) centre. Information kiosks are dotted around.
Take Line 2 (green) on the underground for the Samsung station.
Tags: brauhaus, helles, music stage, ticketing system, tube station