Karaoke, known as Noraebang, is a beloved activity that is deeply ingrained in South Korean culture. Inspired by this tradition, Seoul Events headed by Swarnim Singh, organized a Karaoke Event with a unique twist by introducing popular Indian songs that are not typically found in Korean karaoke rooms. The event featured a diverse selection of hit songs from various genres and decades, including sing-along classics and favorites.
The event took place at Hello India, an Indian restaurant in Hongdae, Seoul, which was attended by people from various nationalities such as India, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, the UK, and more. The highlight of the event was the opportunity for participants to sing their favorite songs in their native languages, creating a truly inclusive and unforgettable experience. A rarity that is not often found in Korean karaoke rooms.
DJ Sanish ensured that everyone on the dance floor had a great time by playing the latest and most popular tunes, while Chewy, the photographer, captured stunning photos of the participants. Krish, a student of International Studies at Hanyang University, volunteered and showed his young energy.
Karaoke events are an excellent way to bring people together, foster a fun and lively atmosphere, and encourage participation from all attendees. If you are looking forward to more of such exciting event, follow Seoul Events @eventsseoul on Instagram.
Seoul events has been organizing such events, in the past also and is proudly the only platform in South Korea that is involved in promoting Indian culture and Indian entertainment arts through frequent programs involving people from all across the world.