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Fresh French Goods — Hongdae

3 May

“…my memory and taste buds started to merge, leading my feet to this bakery. It is slightly more expensive than your typical chain bakery, but it so much better. The freshness and warmth of the baked goods provide burst of pleasure during wintry days. While you wait in line, you may sample a variety of breads as well as watch the bakers create their edible masterpieces. It a great place to visit, but warning…”

 

Fresh French goods — FB photos

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Coffee Side Dish — Molly’s Pops (Hongdae)

9 Apr

“Side dishes, banchan, are very important in Korean cuisine. Most of the world knows about kimchi, but there are tons of others. (I personally like mushroom with sesame seeds and the poached spinach.) So it is only fitting for coffee to have its side dish. And Molly’s Pops is just the place to get a rich and creamy banchan…Last night I had Blueberry Yogurt and the previous time I had Kahlua Makgeoli ice cream pop and Brownie pop. The ice cream pops were creamy and easily melted in the mouth. Some popsicles make you work to taste the chilled flavor, but not these. And they weren’t…”

Coffee Side Dish — Molly’s Pops (Hongdae): FB photos & reviews

Directions: Hongdae Station, Exit 8. Walk straight to first circular intersection. Turn left. Walk straight to another circular intersection. Turn Right. (You are on a big street where King of Blues is located.) Turn right either on the first or second street. (sorry, wrote these directions after the concert) Molly’s Pops is on your left side.

The Other Hongdae — Cafe Street

28 Mar

“…favorite Indian restaurants. It was cafe ecstasy. A cute street filled with tons of cafes and restaurants. Definitely, a date course place for lovers. Going beyond others’ views, can give you pleasant surprises. This is…”

The Other Hongdae – Cafe Street : FB photos & review

Hongdae — Homemade Lovin’ (Cafe Sukkara)

26 Mar


“…cafe world of Seoul. Although both cafes were barely populated, Cafe Sukkara still offered a warm chill vibe. It was like a friend pulling out a chair and welcoming you to sit down. The menu was full of healthy homemade treats from lassi to veggie snacks to meals to coffee. I opted for the homemade soy chai that…”
Check out the photos & my ramblings about Cafe Sukkara^^

Homemade Lovin – FB photos, reviews & write up

Directions: Hongdae Station, Exit 8. Walk straight to first circular intersection. Turn left. Walk straight to another circular intersection. Turn Right. (You are on a big street where King of Blues is located.) Walk to the main road and a left. Walk about one minute. Cafe Sukkara is on your left.

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