The owner of a popular café in the bohemian neighborhood of Yeonnam-dong, Mr. Park Dae-roo decided to move shop to a new hot-spot in Seoul – Mangwon-dong. Lower rents and the growing popularity of the district and its food streets are causing more and more business owners to leave their old locations and settle here. Mr. Park owns a small (manned only by himself), customer-oriented business with only two types of beans (roasted right on site); Sour ones for Latte and bitter ones for Americano. The white and mint colors of the interior blend in and suit the overall style of the neighborhood well, while the warm smell of freshly brewed coffee emanates cozy vibes. The cafe also sells in-shop roasted "Grand Buddha-past Hotel" beans in hand-crafted bean bags, inspired by the Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
|Company Name||Daeroo Coffee (대루커피)|
|Category||Social Food, Drink & Nightlife Family & Living|
|Opening Hours||Wed-Sun 11:00 - 22:00 / Mon 11:00 - 18:00|
Donggyo-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea 70 Donggyo-ro
Take Line 6 to Mangwon Station and go out Exit 2 -> Turn right and walk straight about 100 meters until big the crossroad -> Cross the street and turn right towards the Han River -> Walk straight, past the school on the left side of the road, for about 50 meters. Daeroo Coffee will be on your left.