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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Bread Comma, Cafe Bonjur | Korea Travelogue

Whenever we walked from our guesthouse over to the main Hongdae area, or to take the subway, we always pass by this lovely cafe which always seemed to be crowded even late into the night. We never had the time to check it out but we finally did on our very last day in Seoul. It looked warm and inviting, especially with all the bright colours on the outside, very spring/summer appropriate.

The interior is more muted with loads of white walls and wooden furniture which is my favourite kind of vibe if I were to be honest.

They have 2 levels, and we chose to sit at the top because there was nobody there when we were (we reached there at about 1030am).

Because we already had breakfast before we headed out, we decided to just grab coffee and also a bingsu to share among the 5 of us and it was great. This space was a great place to chill and have drinks because it's a little out of the way from the main Hongdae area which means that it probably will be more quiet and less crowded compared to other cafes in the area.

The bingsu was pretty good but the coffee was on the pricey side and was pretty normal tasting.

 Green Tea (from Jeju) Snow Ice Flake (8,000 KRW)

Cappuccino (5,000 KRW)

 Ice Latte (5,000 KRW)

Bread Comma, Cafe Bonjur
| 152-32 Donggyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul |

How to get here:
1. Hongik University Station, Exit 3
2. Walk straight for about 100m and it will be on your left

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