When you're tired of storming work and study, you need time to find peace of mind and body. Unlike complex minds, I want to heal in a relaxed and relaxed atmosphere these days. Cafes that preserve the style of hanok have appeared all over the city center and are attracting people's attention. The moment you walk into a hanok cafe with its quaint charm, such as rafters, porches, and eaves, you feel relaxed. A quiet atmosphere that you can feel in the middle of the city! Here are 5 of the best hanok cafes in Seoul.
1. 'Oyat Flower' in Don Ui-dong, the rich sweetness that fills your mouth
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âOyat Flowerâ combines traditional beauty unique to hanok with modern modernity, creating a strange charm. The signature dish is the âBerribe Croffle,â a hot-baked croissant waffle filled with fresh cream, raspberry jam, and fruit. The croffle, which is torn along the texture, blends with various ingredients to give it a fresh sweetness. Dessert menus such as waffles, scones, and cakes are also available.
â²Location: 15, Donhwamun-ro 11da-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 12:30 â 23:00 every day
â²Price: Berribe Croffle 13,500 won, Mango Passion Frappe 8,000 won
â²Review (Shikigami Arruru): If you go to a cafe these days, you must try croffle! The fruits, such as blueberries and bananas, are also on the rise, and the overall feeling is rich! The raspberry jam was so delicious that when I asked, they said they made it themselves.
2. 'Cafe Memories' in Waryong-dong, a fresh feeling of freshness
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âCafe Memoriesâ opened a new door opposite Changdeokgung Palace in November last year. It is located along with the Donhwamun Gugak Hall in Seoul and stands out for its spacious courtyard space. The signature menu is âGreen Tangerine Aid,â which combines tangy carbonated water with sweet green tangerine juice. The refreshing carbonation and fresh green tangerine flavor go together pleasantly. Please note that you can change the menu of Green Tangerine Aid to hot drinks according to your preferences.
â²Location: 102 Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:00 â 21:00 every day, closed every third Monday
â²Price: Green Tangerine Aid 6,000 won, Americano 4,000 won
â²Testimonial (Nice weather for eating and drinking): There are trees growing Hallabong, yuzu, and lemons in the store, so the atmosphere is even more lively. The signature menu, Green Tangerine Aid, has a sweet and sour flavor that pops out the moment you take a sip.
3. The rich flavor of homemade charcuterie, Jongno 3-ga 'Muyu Paradise'
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'Muyu Paradise' is the third space of 'Gongsi', which made its name known as a fusion Korean restaurant in Yeouido and Ichon-dong. A variety of dishes such as platters and brunch are served using homemade charcuterie. The signature menu is the âJambon Beur Baguette Sandwich,â a baguette filled with plenty of jambon and isni butter. The salty jambon blends with the sweetness of butter and boasts a sweet and salty flavor.
â²Location: 24, Samil-daero 26-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:00 â 21:00 every day, closed on Tuesdays
â²Price: Zambonbeur Baguette Sandwich & Cola 12,000 won, Muyu Brunch Special Platter & Americano Coffee 16,000 won
â²Testimonial (Jorrehi, Shikigami): Jambonbeur contains plenty of ingredients and has a rich flavor! Next, try the Zambonbeur fromage with cheddar cheese~
4. The deep flavor of specialty beans, 'Lee Chae Cafe' at Anguk Station
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âLee Chae Cafeâ is a favorite among foreign tourists, thanks to its interior that makes the most of the style of a hanok. They sell coffee menus that are rich and aromatic using specialty beans. The signature menu âEinspannerâ is served by putting plenty of chewy cream on top of coffee with a pleasant flavor. The rich cream softly soothes the bitter taste of coffee and creates a balanced flavor.
â²Location: 20-21 Bukchon-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:00 â 20:00 every day
â²Price: Einstein Spanner 6,500 won, specialty single 8,000 won
â²Testimonial (NICNEM with a different level of eating): There are a variety of spaces, from private room spaces to outdoor seating. The plating is also full of hanok sensibility! Every dish on the menu, such as drinks made from homemade sake and coffee made from specialty beans, is really delicious.
5. Enjoy 'Cafe Volgasim' in Jingwan-dong while taking in the view of Bukhansan Mountain
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âCafe Volgasimâ is enhanced by the scenery at the foot of Bukhansan Mountain unfolding out of the window. The signature menu is âcroffle,â which is a croissant dough baked to a crispy crust and topped with ice cream. Croffle also has unique menus, such as the âInjeolmi Croffle,â which is made by adding soy flour to add a savory flavor, and the âHotteok Croffle,â which uses cinnamon syrup for flavor. âCrogato,â where you can enjoy croffle and apocato at the same time, is also popular.
â²Location: 10 Jingwan-gil, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:00 â 20:50 every day
â²Price: Croffle 9,800 won, Crogato 8,500 won
â²Review (Shikigami Karaoke Wonchu): Just sitting and looking outside is healing! Certified shots taken from outdoor terrace seats with a tiled background are popular. When you eat the combination of freshly baked, warm croffles and ice cream that melts in a cool way, you'll feel refreshed!
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