From the interior design, plating to exquisite deserts. If you’re a sucker for aesthetic cafes in Seoul, you are reading the right post. Living in Korea can be pretty hectic. Fortunately, Korean cafes provide the best environment for you to wind down and chill. In this post, I will be introducing 4 aesthetic Korean cafes around Hwegi station in Seoul, subway line 1.
Yang Gwibi Cafe
This is personally one of my favourite cafes.
The interior of this cafe lives up to my aesthetic taste! It is a small cafe located at the roadside. It is definitely an eye catcher when you walk pass it.
Their famous menu is their souffle pancake. A fluffy pancake similar to the one at the Innisfree cafe. The pancakes costs 9,000 won which is a steal!
This coffee blanc is a cozy little cafe has a pretty interior. It looks simple, there aren’t too much furniture. Minimal, cozy and elegant.
I like that lighting decoration at the entrance. It translates to “Really? That happened to you? Come here, I’ll give you some coffee” Reading the sign in Korean, they sound like comforting words that someone would say to you after you tell them what’s bothering you.
I ordered an earl grey latte which isn’t a common menu at the other cafes and it’s so good.
The furniture all have gold outline coats that really compliment the cafe well.
How to get there?
It is an 8 minutes walk from Hoegi Station Exit 1 to the cafe.
Or you can click on this link below and it will direct you straight to the location on Naver Map.
Naver Map: naver.me/GfdewCeP
Jeffrey Flower Cafe
If you’re a fan of flowers, coffee and deserts, you’re going to love this place. A cafe surrounded with flowers and plants. Chilling in this cafe with your favourite coffee and savory desert is so chilling.
We ordered ‘Some Latte’ in strawberry and chocolate flavour. We also ordered their famous ‘Groom Latte’. Their menu is different and special that you can’t easily find at other cafes. Another reason for you to go here!
More information on their website here: www.jeffreycafe.com
An old movie playing by a projector nicely placed towards the wall. The interior is really well done.
The hanging lights decoration above the table my friend and I was sitting at. You can also buy pretty flowers there as they also serve as a flower shop. Being constantly surrounded in the hush and busy city of Seoul, being in that cafe feels like a holiday! Very refreshing.
If you ever find yourself at Hwegi Station Line 1 of the subway, try stopping by at the cafes mentioned here!
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