It's karaoke time again! It is "Japanese Style" which means we will have a private room.
Lets have some fun singing songs!
Please be sure to keep your RSVP up to date, thanks!
Book Kyung is Cash only!
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For those who asked, here is the info. Please also see the flyer uploaded as a picture.
Part 7 - Two Left Feet, Too Shy To Dance ... Your problems are over for $5!!Monday February 18th,[masked]:30PM - 11:00PM
Harbour Dance Centre2nd Floor, 927 Granville Street, DowntownVancouver, BC
0 · February 16, 2013
So sorry injured one of my feet and have difficulty walking,,,
I can stay for 1 hour, hope that works
0 · February 15, 2013
Robson and Denman right?
It's at 1638 Robson street. It's near Robson and Cardero Street.
Hi Rolf-what type Karaoke will be available??? Thanks.
It's "Japanese" style karaoke which means it will be a private room. There are English, Korean and Japanese songs.
Middle of an extremely busy week :(
Am in Coquitlam. Thanks!
At Book Kyung, we must pay in cash.
0 · February 14, 2013
I hope they have some english songs as well ... lol.
0 · February 4, 2013
Yes, there are English, Korean && Japanese songs available.
0 · February 10, 2013
Thanks Rolf. Is there by chance a songlist? I'm pretty much a newbie.
0 · February 12, 2013
No song list :( They use some fairly standard machines, so maybe there's something on the internet... but I haven't been able to find it.
Hi Guys?Is my First time.Hope i can sing english and not Japonese ha ha!I love sing Bee Gees..
0 · February 11, 2013
Hope they have all Bee Gees Lyrics.
Are we eating there as well?
No. Just karaoke :)
This will be my first time joining a meetup! Is karaoke alright for my first introduction to you all?
0 · January 29, 2013
Of course :)
0 · January 30, 2013
I don't speak Japanese, but my friends and I will be in Vancouver this weekend (up from Portland Oregon) and would love to karaoke with you all if that's okay.
0 · January 21, 2013
To share Japanese cultures, language, food, music and experience. To meet new people in a friendly environment. To help people learning Japanese or English. Most of all, just to have fun :-)
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