The building houses a café on the first floor and a furniture gallery on the second floor. It looks disorderly, yet there is order within. It looks like a work studio of furniture designers. It has an outdoor terrace, so visitors can enjoy nature and relaxation.
Address: 287, Dongcheon-ro, Suji-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
Redpot Café has a small gallery and a garden. It is a two-story building. One side is all glass, so visitors can see fields as well as a forest through the window. It will be nice to appreciate art and walk around the garden full of blossoming flowers while drinking coffee.
Address: 37-11, Changtteuraraet-gil, Opo-eup, Gwangju-si, Gyeonggi-do
Art Salon has a gallery equipped with a designer editing shop, with the interior of the café looking very stylish with green window shades. In particular, the scenery of hanok (Korean traditional house) as viewed through the big window on the corner of the first floor enhances the refined mood of the cafe. This café seems to have the mystical power of transforming our common daily life into happy moments through art.
Address: 199, Sangtae-gil, Opo-eup, Gwangju-si, Gyeonggi-do
This place has a photo gallery and a cafe. The gallery is built in “ㄷ” shape, with a small garden in the middle. This small café has several small flower planters. If you order a cup of coffee, you get free delicious cookies. You may be tempted to stay longer because of such warm generosity.
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Kkachiwa Horangi (Magpie & Tiger)
This place, located in the corner of a quiet village, is like a cultural space where visitors can enjoy folk paintings. It is also like a community center frequented by nearby villagers. Artists offer various experience-oriented programs for visitors to enjoy Korean folk paintings. On the back side of the café is a valley.
Address: 115, Jungwonsan-ro, Yongmun-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Kkochi Pidna (Flowers blossom)
This folk painting café is located in the area where the alley mural village begins after entering Yangpyeong Boritgogae Village. The lower floor has green grass as well as a gallery, and the upper floor houses a café and an experience space. We recommend trying a cup of sweet Vietnamese coffee at the cafe.
Address: 609, Yeonsu-ro, Yongmun-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do1