Korea is a country with several attractions and places with different themes that we can visit, but today we are going to talk about one of them in particular: cafés.
Cafés are places where we go alone or with company when we want to enjoy a coffee drink, a milkshake, or maybe a dessert.
Usually, they are places with a quiet atmosphere, perfect to go to chat, work, or maybe finish some school work.
But cafés in Korea have a striking touch, and it is the aesthetic that is handled within them. For this reason, the coffee culture in this country has been increasing its popularity over time.
There is an immense variety of themes in the cafés. Some of them have K-pop themes, others have animals inside them: dogs, cats, and even sheeps! Others, on the opposite, choose to have a very minimalistic style that, is one of my favorites.
A positive aspect of these places is that they have flexible schedules, this thanks to the large number of students who come to cafés to continue with their academic responsibilities. This is why some of them are open 24/7, although the customer service does have a schedule. After that deadline, anyone can enter and stay in the place until the time they want.
In my opinion, Korean cafés are magnificent. There are many well-known cafés nationwide that provide excellent service. Undoubtedly the perfect place if you want to be concentrated in a relaxing environment without many distractions.
And, would you like to visit a coffee shop in Korea?
Written by: Angie Salavarria
Edited by: Mónica Pinzón