Best known as the place you grab a drink while you wait for your table at Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong, Toe Bang appears to be a fairly straightforward Korean sports bar. However, with excellent party vibes, cheap food, and a yogurt soju that’ll take you to the moon, Toe Bang is one of our Ktown jumping off spots whether we’re headed to Kang Ho or not.
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