South Korea has a lively cafe culture with cafes in just about every corner to fit any personality.
New York Hotdog & Coffee is ideal for those who are on-the-go. While the hotdogs are not spectacular, it will do for a quick fix during a busy day.
For a leisurely afternoon with friends, go to Per Se where the cakes are good. While there, I observed that Per Se seemed to draw the more sophisticated and mature crowd.
With its dreamy whimsical theme, hopeless romantics will surely fall in love Ann House. What I liked about Ann House is that it offers privacy with each party ushered into their very own private room.
Finally, the Hello Kitty Cafe is definitely aimed at the young at heart. It was already closing when we got there, so we only managed to take pictures of the Hello Kitty overload.