April showers definitely brought May flowers and they were a lovely distraction from all the not-so-lovely stuff that went down this month.Read More
Yeonnam-dong is best described as Hongdae’s sophisticated sister (if you enjoy walking, it’s only a short trek from one to the other).Read More
ㅂ is the Korean character for the ‘b’ sound and is pronounced ‘be-up.’ It also kind of looks like a cup of coffee, no?
It’s the cutest little corner coffee shop located between Euljiro Station and City Hall, on a block that seems almost frozen in time.Read More
We did it—we went to the cafes of all Seoul cafes (after a year and a half as expats), Style Nanda Pink Pool Cafe in Hongdae and the Pink Hotel in Myeong-dong.Read More
My dad had sent us an article on Cafe Yeonnam-dong 223-14 around the time it opened, actually, as a new concept and ‘hot spot.’ I saved it as a place to visit as soon as possible, but we were living south of Gangnam at the time, and getting up to Gangbuk on the weekends was a trip. So, it fell off our radar.Read More
It’s no secret that cafe culture is huge in Seoul—walk down any street and it’ll be brimming with options. You could spend an entire trip to Seoul only visiting cafes and you wouldn’t have made a dent. We’ve lived here a year and a half and haven’t. And there are still new cafes opening every other day.Read More