When you exit the elevator on the top floor, you walk into e-table, a dimly lit, intimate restaurant run by SM Entertainment that only has about five tables. The decor is a blend of wood and glass which utilizes both traditional and modern design. The cuisine is also a blend of traditional Korean food with a modern twist. Meals are set meals and pricing starts at roughly $40 per person, so save up for this place!
Although it was closed for construction when we visited, there is also a cafe on the second floor of the building where you can stop by to enjoy coffee and dessert. For those of you who haven’t been to Seoul before, experiencing the city’s coffee shop culture is a must. So make sure to budget some time to visit a few coffee shops — maybe even the one from Coffee Prince!
On the B1 level, there is an open stage where SM Entertainment holds actual auditions for their talent searches. If you are feeling up to it, grab a mic and practice your favorite songs on the same stage where future K-Pop stars strut their stuff.
Everysing Myeong-dong opened its doors on December 18th, so if you are over there shopping, take a break and sing a few songs!
everysing hours: 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.
Hyesung Building, 659-9 Sinsa-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul