Park, the plastic surgeon, predicts a third of Apgujeong's clinics could close by spring. For the most part, Koreans are understanding of foreigners not knowing all the traditional Korean customs. Unique in Asia, Koreans use chopsticks made of metalwhich don't burn when used over a hot grill and are easier to wash and reuse.
Gangwon Natural wonderland with the Seoraksan National Parkbeaches and ski resorts. It's also easily reached from such gay meccas as Vancouver and Seattle. A fancier and costly version of rural minbak.
There are very few other animals that can be dangerous in Korea. ATMs are ubiquitous, although using a foreign card with them is rather hit and miss, except for foreign bank ATMs like Citibank. Motorcyclists are particularly reckless weaving in and out on crowded sidewalks.
Compared to Western drinking habits, Koreans have adopted slightly different ways to enjoy their night out. Ignorance of the law here is no excuse for breaking it and can even be seen as a reason for harsher punishment.
Utopia-Asia's guide to Seoul is extensive, and you can learn a bit more about South Korea's slowly thawing attitudes toward gay travelers at GlobalGayz' website.