A cozy little cafe that offers sandwiches and salads, as well as a little section of homemade breads, jams, and books. I love cafes that are tucked away in little alleys. (This one even has a couple parking spots.) Cafe Sandpark is kind of like a casual tearoom. They serve sandwiches, salads, and so many…… Continue reading Cafe Sandpark | 카페샌드박
This is one of those cafes that has all sorts of stuff going on behind the scenes. I’m pretty certain it’s run by women, and based on some of the books I’ve seen, they seem into some feminist scenes. There’s also a connection to a community for single-woman households, and maybe also some kind of…… Continue reading 어슬렁 정거장
I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this place, and even having been I don’t know about all they offer. It’s a cafe, there are books, rooms for studying or hosting a meeting or a class, it’s a kind of community hub. I’m a fan.
This is my favorite cafe & the only infoshop/zine library I know of in Seoul! They are explicitly wheelchair-accessible and LGBTQ+ friendly. My only wish is that I lived closer~
As a combination study cafe + book store that I walk by everyday, I am very into the atmosphere here. As a place to actually do work (despite really wanting to love it), it is not meant to be~