Sky Train Jazz Club
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Sky Train Jazz Club information
Lonely Planet review
An evening at this comically misnamed bar is more like chilling on the rooftop of your stoner buddy’s flat than any jazz club we’ve ever been to. But there are indeed views of the BTS, jazz on occasion and a scrappy speakeasy atmosphere. To find it, look for the sign and proceed up the graffiti-strewn stairway until you reach the roof.