Club Burning Sun is located in the Le Meridien Hotel in the Gangnam district of South Seoul. After continued success with his club Monkey Museum, former K-pop idol star Seungri decided to go for something a little bigger, a little more upscale, first opening Club Burning Sun’s doors on February 23, 2018. Since then, the club has played host to some of the biggest crowds, and best DJ’s on the peninsula.
Aspiring to be (in their own words), “The most elegant and finest club in South Korea,” Club Burning Sun spares no expense to create the best club experience in Seoul. It occupies the first floor (EDM) and the second floor (Hiphop) of the hotel, offering spacious dance floors and top-notch VIP and VVIP accommodations. To prove their point, the club purportedly offers a 100,000,000 won (approximately $93,0000) set menu complete with 12 liters of premium champagne and Armand de Brignac, along with 10 bottles of its regular sized bottles. But not to worry–although they cater to upscale tastes, no one expects you to shell out that kind of dough to have a good time at Burning Sun.
There is a dress code. They will not let you in looking like you just crawled out of bed, so be mindful of the flip flops and dirty t-shirt. The dress code is non-specific, but if you think of it like a first date, you should be fine.
Club Burning Sun is located in Le Meridien Hotel: 120 Bongeunsa-ro, Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. It’s a five-minute walk from Sinnonhyeon Station (subway line 9, exit 4).
10-3473-6565 (for VIP and VVIP reservations)
Kakao ID: TG84
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, from 11:00 pm to 10:00 am
20,000 won (includes one free drink)