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Cafe Hue

I stumbled upon this cafe making my way out of the Bukchon Hanok Village area.

Located in Samcheongdong,Seoul. It is a garden cafe surrounded by a beautiful views of nature and surrounding areas.

‘Hue’ means rest in Korean. With the natural views, it creates an atmosphere of serenity and rest.

This cafe is worth every penny.

It is a visual treat as it is also an art gallery. The open space and walls for windows indoors, and rooftop terrace, integrates the best of the outside and indoor visuals.

Its genuinely an exquisite place, and just like the name it is a great place to relax as you commune with friends, rest with the surroundings, and a great location for a personal caffeine getaway.As expected it is pricier than your average cafe, but it is worth the price!

Coffee: 4,500~7,000 won

Fruit Ade: 7,000 won

Tea: 5,000~6,500 won

Smoothie: 8,000 won(Prices As stated on Trazy)

Address

25-1 Sogyeok-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Contact

+82-2-6925-2697

Website

Hue Place

Opening Hours

Mon-Sun: 10:00 – 22:30

Accepts Credit Cards


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I was born in Marondera, Zimbabwe and raised in Luton,England.I'm currently working towards the final year of my Journalism degree. I'm a lover of Tea and all things nutty covered in chocolate and could expressively try to tell you so in four languages (Portuguese, Spanish, Shona,Korean)Travelling is beyond an obsession, its just a way of life for me now, and cannot imagine ever being stuck in one place for the rest of my life. Im even more so passionate for people, and the stories they have to tell and the placed they come from.I can be as a superficial traveller from Hotels and great venues and experiences, to life changing,perspective altering travels that hold more depth and meaning than the tourist areas offer. I want it all.



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