Robot Restarant show

“Important Information about the show! Read this!”

I have a lot more thoughts, but I will start with this one comment. Out of what seemed to be 150 seats filled, only 5 people were Asian (only three of them may not be foreigners). Two were Korean (I heard then speaking), one had a camera and was recording the whole thing (probably the boss or a higher-up because no one stopped her), and a couple sitting at the back (there weren’t really paying attention). Everyone else there was an obvious foreigner.

Okay, now for the actual show:
When you first get in, you get to get a free drink, but it all goes downhill from there. Even before the show starts, they have a mini performance to get people to drink a little before because they know you will need it. I was with my mom who was really excited but after seeing this, she realized what this show was going to be like: few robots, lots of people in glow paint and costumes. She even suggested skipping it after just seeing this. She had read the other trip advisor reviews and she thought it was going to be lots and lots of robots. The other reviews had tricked her.

There is no plot until part three or four. I say part three or four because there were so many 10 minute intermissions, I thought the intermissions themselves were tiresome and I lost count at some point. The show itself is mostly just people dressed in tribal clothes. The girl’s clothes were obviously made to show a lot of skin, while the men’s clothing was obviously made to show no skin at all. The robots that were showed were very disappointing for a “Robot Show.” They didn’t really move, you could see the person controlling them with the toy car remote (they were walking just behind the robot they were controlling), some were just made to look like robots but you could see the people pushing/ manually controlling it, and the ones that could have been cool had a screen on them, but the screens were only used to advertise the restaurant.

The actors and actresses definitely have a lot of extra energy, but no talent or skill. Even the people working there (who aren’t actually acting) always look like they hate everything about working and being there. Actually, even though most of the faces you could see were smiling, you could tell they were super fake. It actually made me feel like they were crazy. That was the kind of smile some of them had.

I also ended up with a seat in the row closest to the performance. As good as that sounds, we were so close, they had to put walls at our feet and give us a short course on how to avoid being hit; meaning throughout the show, we had to dodge the show itself. . . . let’s just say it was a pain.

I have more thoughts, but I’ll just leave it at that. If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to send me a message.

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