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This Coffee Shop Is From Joseon Dynasty!(??)

Travel 2019-12-04

Hanok means a traditional Korean house and they’re designed and built in the 14th century during the Joseon Dynasty. And there’s a coffee shop that is built in Hanok architecture in Seoul and I’d love to visit there very often.


This coffee shop is located in the entrance of Jingwan Temple and it’s in the middle of Eunpyeong Hanok Village. That’s probably why this coffee shop is designed that way. It is such a peaceful and quiet place there. And of course it’ll be a great idea if you bring someone here for your date.



This is what this coffee shop looks like. Looks very Korean-like and beautiful architecture.



Like I state above, this coffee shop is located in the entrance of the temple surrounded by mountains and there’s a Hanok Village nearby so you’re going to feel that the air is much cleaner with a great view provided.



I always had an Americano so I can’t say the most coffee is better than other coffee shops. But my wife said that she loved most of them better.



Below is some more information about this coffee shop.


Address : 10, Jingwan-gil, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul

Contact Number : 02-356-3631

Operating Hours : 10:00 / 22:00

Homepage :


< Price>

Americano : KRW 4,900

Latte kinds : KRW 5,000 ~ 6,800

Ice Cream : KRW 5,000