The karaoke system was from Korea naturally. The book to select your songs had about 200 pages of Korean/Chinese (??) song selections and about 10 pages of songs we recognized. Yes, English. We stuck to those pages somewhere around pages 180-90. Those few pages kept us going all night.
Then there was the music. Everything from Lady Gaga to Metallica had the same soft Asian inspired beat almost as if a flute were playing every song. And the background videos. How I love those! Anything from a tour of some random castle in the middle of the English countryside to camera shots of guys surfing. Where do they get this stuff from?
The karaoke game would rate you on how well you did. I'm pretty sure this was horribly inaccurate or else it only recognized Korean tones, which I obviously don't have in my voice. I'm not bitter at all.
When the night was coming to a close all the Korean employees rushed in to the room to join us. They started singing Korean pop songs and pretty much grabbed us all by the hand to get us to dance. It felt like we were in our own Korean club in the middle of Tucson. They didn't want us to leave and begged us to come back.
Because we're us and we are awesome, we get ourselves into these amazing/awkward situations. It was great and I wouldn't have changed a thing.