An authentic Korean clubbing experience at the South Beach
Joining our consistently vibrant nightlife scene is dance club 36, which promises to bring the authentic Korean clubbing experience to our shores. Located in the heart of the South Beach Quarter complex in Bugis, 36 is a cozy, 2,500-sq ft space that holds up to 250 people. The decor takes inspiration from Korea’s Gangnam clubs, combining atmospheric neon UV lights, chrome poles and steel benches around the dance floor. Urban murals on the walls help create a raw underground ambience too.
For drinks, there’s the iconic Soju Bomb—imported from Korea and then made in-house. Otherwise, you can splash out on bottle service and champagne rituals, bound to add a little extra chaos to your Korean party night. Open Wed, Fri and Sat, resident DJ Queenzell will helm the decks, dishing out a uniquely Korean repertoire of hits by Jay Park, G-Dragon, CL, Hyuna and more. Otherwise look forward to hip-hop, RnB, and open-format electro music, curated weekly by the 36 team.
On regular nights, ladies receive free entry, while cover charge is $30 for guys (two drinks included).