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25 Unique Themed Cafes In Seoul, South Korea
Cafe Layered
If you find yourself craving scones in Seoul, South Korea, you have to stop by Cafe Layered, a scone-themed boulangerie with many locations throughout the city.
Amidst a European-style bakery, the cafe offers many scones, from sweet cinnamon pecan to savory jambon beurre, along with scone sandwiches, cakes, coffee, tea, and juice.
Soha Salt Pond
Salt may be an unusual theme, but the Jongno district’s Soha Salt Pond carries the theme elegantly with Hanok-era architecture and a lovely salt pond centerpiece.
The pastry options range from salty, savory croissants and their signature salt coffee served with a chunky salted rim to freshly baked bread, sweet buns, and coffee beverages.
Viva Salon
Reignite your inner child at the toy-themed Viva Salon, where you can enjoy cartoon-themed drinks amidst toys, colorful décor, and memorabilia of youth.
Located in the Mangwon neighborhood, the café offers an amusing menu with beverages inspired by Winnie the Pooh and Wallace & Gromit, along with toys you can take home.
Cafe Munei
In Soeul’s Jung district, you can find Cafe Munei, where they serve a clever sandwich resembling a cake that marries savory and salty flavors.
While the cafe revolves around the cake sandwich (for good reason), the menu also offers an assortment of desserts and beverages.
Cafe Teteum
At the teddy-bear-themed Café Teteum in the Mapo district, you can sip your coffee amongst cuddly, soft teddy bears.
Grab some delicious bear-themed beverages and tasty food from the menu, and then explore the two-storied café full of cute merchandise and selfie-ready spots.