SEOUL ANIMAL CAFE
Hey animal lover, we will share you best animal cafe in Seoul you can visit. Lets check it out!
Koopet Cafe (Reptil Cafe)
This place seemed to be primarily a pet store selling everything you would need for your own reptilian companion, such as glass tanks, food, sand, and of course the actual reptiles themselves. The offerings on the menu is basic Americano coffee for 4,500 won and organic tea camomile, rooibos, peppermint, etc for 5,000 won. There were only four or five tables too. This makes sense though, if their primary business is to sell pets and pet supplies. Plus, once you’re inside, chances are you won’t be spending much time sitting down and drinking as you’ll be too busy roaming around and peering into all the different tanks there.
Address: 서울시 강남구 삼성동 147-7 (147-7 Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul)
Directions: From Samseong Station exit 5, go straight until you hit the first set of traffic lights (you’ll pass Hyundai Department Store on your right).
Bau Dog Cafe
If you are dog lover or animal enthusiast, this cafe you must visit when you traveling to seoul. Cafe is very spacious and clean with good opportunity to interact with the dogs. It is divided into 2 sections – the small and large dogs. They are very approachable and they will guide you on ways to feed and manage their dog. The price range from 6,000 won for a coke and up.
서울특별시 마포구 서교동 394-44 제일빌딩 후면 1층
Exit Hapjeong Station (합정역) exit 3 and turn around, then make an immediate left into the alley. Then look to the right after 20 seconds.
Gio Cat Cafe Hongdae
For you cat lovers who are planning a trip to Korea, do check one of this cafe. Located in the Hongdae (Hongik University) area, Café Gio Cat is a café for cats. You will pay an entrance fee and most of the time it comes with a drink, it costs around 8000won and up it varies though. There are cats lounging everywhere to pet or to play with, but make sure you wait for sleeping cats to wake up before teasing them with the toys provided
Address12-6, Wausan-ro 21-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 마포구 와우산로21길 12-6 (서교동)
Hongik Univ. Station, Seoul Subway Line 2, Exit #6 >> Follow the street with the Smoothie King in front of the Hongik Univ. entrance
Thanks Nature Cafe is a special coffee shop where you see real sheep. It’s been aired on TV for MBC’s “We got married” where Super Junior Leeteuk and Korean actress Kang Sora visited together. The cafe has an earthy theme, utilising light-coloured timber and neutral colour palettes. You can choose to sit inside the café or outside with the sheep.Menu start from 6000 won.
Address: 서울시 마포구 서교동 486 B1F (서교푸르지오상가 지하 121호)
121, B1F Prugio, 486, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea
Hongik University Station (Line 2), Exit 9. Turn left to go up hill at the first intersection. Walk towards Hongik University’s Main Gate.
Blind Alley (Racoon Cafe)
Blind Alley Cafe near Sookmyung Women’s University in Seoul. There is racoons are pets there. Same like another animal cafe, you can just order menu from the cafe and you can play with 2 racoons.
Address :서울시 용산구 청파동2가 63-20
(63-20 Cheongpa-dong2ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul)
From Sookmyung Women’s University Station, go out of exit 10. Immediately make a U-turn and take the first right which will lead you through a tunnel. Keep following this road straight for about 5 minutes, passing through the tunnel and crossing at the intersection. Blind Alley will be on your right, before you reach the university campus. It’s slightly tucked away from the main road.
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