Ssanggab Cart Bar has released their first official poster and I don’t think any other image can eximplify the quarantine times than this one, though that could just be me.
Ssanggab Cart Bar only opens at night on the rooftop of a building, (I mean, you want to talk exclusive?) and is visited by an interesting group of people that includes the dead. Now, does that mean that normal people can see the dead people while they are eating at this bar? Do the dead people look dead, or do they just look normal? Because that would kind of influence whether I want to leave the house and check it out.
It is touted as a healing drama where the guests will talk about their lives and heal through conversation. Translation – get ready for your heart to be ripped out and crushed into a million pieces of mush and then punched to the center of the earth to burn. But, you know, maybe this time it could actually be healing.
This poster has the keep out we are under quarantine vibes of social distancing and keeping the groupings of less than 25 people (or something, it keeps changing in the States) in spades, and yet having an open sign and inviting whimsical lights lets us all know that a good time is being had within. Can I come in Ssanggab Cart Bar? Because I kind of want to.