88Pocha and Madang, two Korean restaurants on Sydney’s Pitt Street in Koreatown. The third-floor of 88Pocha regularly holds parties and stays open as late as 3am. 88Pocha and Madang, two Korean restaurants on Sydney’s Pitt Street in Koreatown. The third-floor of 88Pocha regularly holds parties and stays open as late as 3am.
88Pocha and Madang, two Korean restaurants on Sydney’s Pitt Street in Koreatown. The third-floor of 88Pocha regularly holds parties and stays open as late as 3am.

How Korean restaurants in Sydney are transforming city’s late-night dining scene

  • Korean places in Australia’s biggest city that sell food and alcohol well into the morning are increasingly popular alternatives to Chinese or Thai restaurants
  • Korean culture has made waves in Australia over the past few decades thanks to K-pop and Korean drama, one restaurateur says

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88Pocha and Madang, two Korean restaurants on Sydney’s Pitt Street in Koreatown. The third-floor of 88Pocha regularly holds parties and stays open as late as 3am. 88Pocha and Madang, two Korean restaurants on Sydney’s Pitt Street in Koreatown. The third-floor of 88Pocha regularly holds parties and stays open as late as 3am.
88Pocha and Madang, two Korean restaurants on Sydney’s Pitt Street in Koreatown. The third-floor of 88Pocha regularly holds parties and stays open as late as 3am.
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