London Korean Drama Club: MeetUp #3 at HAN Karaoke & Restaurant

London Korean Drama Club: MeetUp #3 at HAN Karaoke & Restaurant

London Korean Drama Club: MeetUp #3 at HAN Karaoke & Restaurant

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Han Traditional RestaurantThe London Korean Drama Club is back for another MeetUp event. This time, its third event will not be just enjoying great Korean food, but also a fun evening singing Korean songs at a typical Korean karaoke and possibly drinking Korea’s most loved beverage, soju.

The place chosen is HAN, a restaurant that has a bar and 6 karaoke rooms, all decorated in a very traditional fashion. HAN serves an extensive menu of Korean dishes and even cocktails.


Karaoke Larger RoomAs for the rooms, there are 3 categories: up to 8 people, up to 15 people and up to… 40 people (that’s almost a club in itself!). Not only the rooms are plenty, but pricing is also competitive ranging from 35 pounds, 50 and 75 respectively.




FIFA HANThe event will take place on Friday June 27, the day after the end the World Cup’s group matches and South Korea’s last match, against Belgium. For those supporting “the Reds”, that could be another opportunity to celebrate as the South Korean team might advance to the next stage.




HAN Karaoke Songs ListVery conveniently, HAN published the list of songs on its website, allowing the most eager singers to prepare their list before the D-day:

and for the songs added in 2014.

Korean-language songs are not on, but who does not enjoy a surprise? After all, what would be left if they revealed everything?


If all that sounds of interest to you and you want to have a fun Friday night, do not hesitate and indicate your presence on the MeetUp page of the LKDC:

The restaurant and karaoke is located 1mn away from New Malden train station and just next to New Malden bus station, so very little chance to get lost.




Credit Images: HAN

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Created in April 2014, Daehan Drama aims to promote Korean TV dramas towards the UK audience, as well as facilitate dialogue between the British and Korean creative industries.

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