CLUB SEOUL with DJ NAK at 200 Church

disco1Come break it down at CLUB SEOUL with New York’s DJ NAK for a bumpin’ night of hot hip-hop jams with a kick of Korean club music. There will be vocal and dance performances at midnight. Refreshments will be served. Come dressed to impress: no shirt, flip-flops, shorts or no entrance. This event is sponsored by the KSA.

Date: Friday, April 3
Time: 10:00 PM
Place: 200 Church
Cost: $3 in advance, $4 at the door

8 thoughts on “CLUB SEOUL with DJ NAK at 200 Church

  1. Anonymous

    Sorry for the confusion.

    The dress code is “Club Attire: Dress to Impress – no t-shirts, no flip-flops, no shorts, or else you will not be allowed in.”

    I hope this clarifies things.

  2. Anonymous

    Sorry for the confusion.

    The dress code is “Club Attire: Dress to Impress – no t-shirts, no flip-flops, no shorts, or else you will not be allowed in.”

    I hope this clarifies things.

  3. Anonymous

    1st: it doesn’t say semiformal anywhere in the post
    2nd: no shirt, flip flops, shorts or NO ENTRANCE (if you speak english) is giving you the option of a shirt or entrance.
    it is very poorly worded. SO i return your question “are you being stupid?”

  4. Anonymous

    1st: it doesn’t say semiformal anywhere in the post
    2nd: no shirt, flip flops, shorts or NO ENTRANCE (if you speak english) is giving you the option of a shirt or entrance.
    it is very poorly worded. SO i return your question “are you being stupid?”

  5. -_-

    dude, are you being stupid?
    this is SEMI-FORMAL. do you not know what that means? -_-
    your comment is bizarre

  6. -_-

    dude, are you being stupid?
    this is SEMI-FORMAL. do you not know what that means? -_-
    your comment is bizarre

  7. Anonymous

    “no shirt, flip flops, shorts or NO ENTRANCE”
    does that mean you can’t wear a shirt? and you have to wear flipflops and shorts?

    what a bizarre dress code.

  8. Anonymous

    “no shirt, flip flops, shorts or NO ENTRANCE”
    does that mean you can’t wear a shirt? and you have to wear flipflops and shorts?

    what a bizarre dress code.

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