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Went to Bukchon Hanok Village on my second day and after seeing the beautiful hanok, I knew that I need to experience being in one. What great way than sipping on hot tea on a cold day? I didnt know much about the Tea houses...More
We came upon this pretty tea house unexpectedly coming out of Bukchon Hanok Village on a rainy day and decided to go in. It has a peaceful ambience and everything was nicely laid out. However, you have to sit on very thin cushions on the...More
After a long walk from the palace to the village, we decide to take a rest over at this beautiful tea house. The tea and dessert have a bit of herbs and flowers added to it.
Definitely Instagram worthly
This was a perfect zen like place to take a break after a hectic day. We stumbled upon this gem while strolling in Bukchon Hanok Village and waited 5-10 minutes until a table opened up. There are no chairs and you take off your shoes...More
After long walk from subway station, me & friend decided to stop at this tea house. Having a great time take a break while having flower tea & pumpkin rice cake. To mention the pumpkin rice cake is steamed & not too sweet. I think...More
We had a long layover in Seoul and planned our own mini tour of the city. This was a beautiful stop, very relaxing, and so delicious. It was a chilly and very busy day for us, but this was my favorite stop in Seoul. Very...More
Definitely love the ambience, calming, soothing, clean, with soft music playing in the background, with serene scenery surrounding you, I would recommend you to go for 1st time visit! We went during chilly autumn, so it was really nice to have such a place for...More
This place is adorable! It had fantastic tiny tea sets and you got to sit on the floor. There were great views from the seating area also. We went to a couple other tea houses and this one was definitely the best!
This tea house is off the beaten path and a little hard to find, but worth the effort, even in the blazing hot temperature of 36 degrees Celsius.
The moment we stepped into the premises, the air-con offered welcome respite from the relentless heat. Better...More
Visited Cha Teul 2 years ago and really wanted to go back. Think Judy Joo went as part of her Korean Food Made Simple programme on Food Network. We sat inside this time as for some reason we were told by the staff that the...More