Now I know where to go next time I’m craving a hot chocolate in Seoul!
The most refreshing Bingsu must be the melon bingsu! I had seen it at a subterranean café in Mangpo station since March, but it wasn’t until this summer that I finally tried it. Find more about it!
It’s been more than 2 months since I wrote my first post about coffee on this blog, talking about the Coffee Culture in Korea. On that day I had posted a picture of Cafe Grand Bleu, a family-owned coffee shop next to the Mangpo Station. This coffee shop attracted me immediately because of its outside decoration with blue walls and fresh flowers.
Hay una cafetería en Seúl donde puedes comer macetas de flores y este fin de semana fui a tomar un postre ahí. ¿Cómo? ¿Comer macetas con flores? Que asquito, ¿no? Terminen de leer antes de juzgar!
There’s a place in Seoul where you can eat a flower pot! What? Eat a flowerpot? Disgusting, why would I do that? Read on before judging me!
Cat Café Time! Being allergic to cats, I cannot really own one~ But I really like cats! In Korea, the solution is quite simple: Just go to a cat café and play with cats for a couple hours before your allergy starts to annoy you! 😀
South Korea is a special country. Although they strive for homogeneity, they still do like to stand out. Seoul is home to many new trends, including the animals cafes. Now, you probably had heard already about cats & dogs cafes, but did you know we also have a Sheep cafe? Check out more!
Coffee is becoming very popular in Korea. Coffee shops in Korea come in all sizes and shapes, and they serve from typical Americano and Latte, to more sophisticated frappes, non-alcoholic mojitos and some cakes or even pretzels to accompany the drinks.
Discover some of the most special ones with me!