Walking up to DGM gives you an exciting feeling, as if you’re heading to an underground poker game in Seoul. Ascending the stairs into the main room, you join the hum and banter of the crowd erasing any remnant of the day's tension as you realize you’ve come to the exact place you need to be. Packed to the brim with Korean boozehounds and groups celebrating any number of rites of passage, you’ll find your table between walls covered with etchings of celebrators past. Secure some Hite and bottles of soju before ordering more than enough food for the table. Cheese corn? Kimchi pancakes? Absolutely! When you’ve had your fill and finally found a pen to write something on the wall it’ll be time to write your name on a list of another kind.
Alternative: For a J. Gold top 101, swing by Sun Nong Dan before stop #2 in order to put your name on the list. Then head to Art Major in the interim for a drink. The oxtail soup and braised short ribs will blow your mind and are well worth the extra stop. However, if you can't deal with lines they're open 24 hours and will be ready for your triumphant return at the end of the night.
write your name on the list
• 10:45pm until you've sung your guts out •