One of my favorite things about teaching English in Korea is the quirky, trendy nightspots that make for a different outing. Usually when I think about a night out, the first things that come to my mind are bars and clubs. While Korea does have lots of great bars and clubs (and people here really do like to party), I find that there are also several other options that don't necessarily involve drinking or partying. And I am not talking about common places that can be found in the United States, like movie theaters, but some things that seem to be unique to this part of the world. For example, electronic screen golf is an excellent place for a night out that doesn't have to involve drinking. Other good examples include individual DVD rooms, karaoke rooms, and video game rooms. But the one place that I has recently become my favorite is the board game cafe, Funcafe, that is located in the heart of Jeju City on Jeju Island.