Running a Bar in Korea

Somehow I have owned a bar for nearly 4 years now and we haven't closed. It's some sort of accomplishment in a way. It's not an easy accomplishment and over the years we have gathered up a group of regulars that are friendly with each other. I guess it is a sort of dependency in a way. It's kind of like trying to throw a party every night but you don't know who will show. I think they originally came for the beer but now they come for the company. When a bar becomes your bar, you become bold, comfortable and a bit real. Sometimes the real has exploded into fights and arguments. Generally that's not always the case. I always worry about the bar since anything can happen. Luckily it hasn't been anything serious. Anyway... let's see if we can keep it going a few more years.

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