3 Best Karaoke Bars in Koreatown

March 24, 2016
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Sometimes, what you need after a long day is the option to sing your favorite songs at the top of your lungs at a Karaoke bar. Lucky for you, Koreatown in Los Angeles is filled with places for you and your friends to sing your hearts out. Be sure to pick out your go-to song because here are 3 best karaoke bars in Koreatown.

First on the list is Cafe Brass Monkey. This divey bar is basically the quintessential karaoke bar where you can throw back some shots and drunkenly try to remember the lyrics to your favorite song as you sing to a crowd that might be just as drunk as you are. Because of its overall fun atmosphere, this is a place that is great for large groups or birthday parties. If you happen to go here on a weekend, know that it will be crowded so if you plan on doing some singing, you’ll want to put your song request in before 9pm.

Gaam is not your average, crowded karaoke bar. At Gaam, you’ll get to sit in comfy and spacious rooms while you and your friends choose which songs you want to sing. They also serve food and drinks so you can keep snacks going on all night long. They also have a wide variety of songs including all your favorite classic karaoke tunes to Japanese and Korean hits as well. One of the best things about Gaam though is that even though the official closing time is 2am, they often don’t close until the last group has decided to leave so if you desperately need to sing “don’t stop believing” one more time, feel free to do so at Gaam.

SoopSok has been voted the #1 Karaoke bar in Los Angeles and has been the biggest Karaoke studio in LA since 1986! Here’s why: at SoopSok there are 20 rooms, which includes 3 rooms that will accommodate up to 30 people. So if you have a large group looking to partake in some Karaoke, SoopSok is just the place for you. SoopSok also offers a full bar and a kitchen that is open late.

Do you have a favorite Karaoke spot in Koreatown?

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