Last week, just off the Itaewon Station 3-way intersection, Corona’s new bar “Casa Corona” held its grand opening party for Casa Corona Seoul.
Itaewon is a foreign hub and home to many international bars and pubs. If you want a taste of the “Corona lifestyle,” which Casa Corona describes as “an urban oasis in the middle of Seoul,” then head on over to this bar and enjoy a fun night!
Influenced by themes from Mexico, France, and Spain, Casa Corona emulates a “Paradise in the City”.
This rooftop bar plays host to beautiful decor, live music, Corona beer and Corona-inspired cocktails as well as a menu that boasts fresh Mexican food. On weekday nights, the place is the perfect place to chill, grab a few drinks and admire the sunset from their spacious outdoor patio.
Their most popular cocktails include a fruity drink called “Los Flamingos” and a drink called “Palm Springs.” The former is made with vodka, lychee liquor and peach, grapefruit and lemon elements, and the latter is an aromatic drink with a gin base. You can enjoy a cold Corona cocktail while taking in sights of Itaewon and Seoul from the rooftop.
Some fan favorites from their food selection include a Peruvian-style Lomo Saltado and a chicken wrap filled with bacon, avocado and cheese. They even have a vegan burger and more shareable plates, like nachos and chili cheese fries.
Casa Corona Seoul plans to hold events such as “Beer Yoga”, DIY art workshops, movie nights, flee markets, live music parties and more. You can find their events schedule on their Instagram or Facebook. Check out our listing for Casa Corona in our 10 Directory.
Born in 1925 in Cerveceria Modelo, Mexico, Corona is now sold in 120 countries worldwide. In just 10 years, Corona went from being the most loved beer in Mexico to the most loved Mexican beer in the world. To experience the signature “lime-wedged-in-the-bottle-neck” Corona, make sure to visit Casa Corona Seoul in Itaewon.