On the way out.
I think I like the darker one better.
When I got to the show, Cockrasher was the first band, which was the exact opposite of what I was expecting.
Since last time I saw them, they reunited with their original singer.
Next was The 1234-Dah!
A former Skunk Hell regular photographing a former Skunk Hell regular photographing a former Skunk Hell regular.
The decorations inside are interesting.
The Korean landscape drawing on the wall is a nice touch.
The one member of the band I couldn't photograph behind the drumkit.
I thinmk this is Dead Chant.
I started to like the ceiling more.
I was mostly photographing the two members wearing bright clothes, but this guitarist ended up making the best shots.
I asked the owner about the name situation, how it's both Goinmool and Hippytokki at the same time.
The last band was Hi-Teen Pops.
My only decent drummer photo the whole night.
He looks properly socially distanced with a front row of all stuffed animals.
There were people there though.
This is former Magpie Hongdae.
This is the North Korea-themed bar that caused a lot of controversy a year ago. That didn't last long.
Oliver reunites with the makgeolli man.
Mask off. Though makgeolli man with COVID-19 would be the ultimate super spreader.
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