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Was waiting to check into our hotel and decided to pay this cat cafe a visit as my children love cats. We found the cat mascot and he led the way. Entrance fee was 10000won/adult, 8000won/child which includes a drink. The cat food costs 2000won...More
It was quite nice. The cats all seem happy there. They are fed and cared for and given lots of attention. They are not mistreated. They are house cats. Drinks were good, I didn’t have anything to eat but the drinks were like the standard...More
I was very excited and somehow i expected the cat's to be purring and coming to me, but in reality they're so stressed, i could see their ears turned back and their eyes wide open from fear. When touched, some kitty's muscles contracted which also...More
The cats were very docile, and they seemed well cared for. A free drink is included with admission. They had some cat toys to try and entice the cats to play. Some people bought some stuff (cat food? ) to put on their hand that...More
I adore cats so spent a wonderful hour or so watching and stroking the cats here. Some cats were more friendly than others, and we sat ourselves in the middle so were visited by a number of cats as they strolled about the cafe. From...More
This place is not too easy to find as it's on the 2nd floor of a smaller street. For about $10, you can have any drink that is on the menu and you get to play with different breeds of cats. Unlike cat cafe in...More
Arguably Seoul’s most famous neighbourhood and undoubtedly one of its most popular, Myeongdong takes shopping and eating to new heights, with hundreds of shops, restaurants, and cafes all stacked on top of one another. The rise in popularity of Korean cosmetics, fashion, and more has made this area a must-see for visitors who come and marvel at Myeongdong’s often frenetic pace and energy. Lotte and
Shinsaegae’s massive department stores are also popular draws for both Korean and luxury products. The department stores, just like Myeongdong’s streets, are crowded around the clock. Myeongdong’s many street food carts are also immensely popular for their inexpensive and quirky offerings (French-fry-encrusted corn dogs, anyone?). The neighbourhood’s popularity, as well as its close proximity to other popular sights and neighbourhoods, makes it one of Seoul’s most popular places to stay.