We were buying some dog food from an outlet store in Seoul’s distant suburbs and stopped into a cute dog cafe. This one had it all:
A ball play area.
A bathing station with blow drying box (on the bottom left).
A pool with diving board.
Food and drinks for the owners of the pups. It was a mixed meat grill, but definitely no dog on this menu!
At nighttime, the lights came on and the dogs mostly just sniffed around after their initial excitement upon arriving.
It’s an exceptional place to hang if you have a four legged friend who needs to stretch their legs or take a swim. The food is pretty good and the environment is relaxed.
After the dog party, we had a noraebang (karaoke) party at Junco, a place that is more expensive than other singing rooms because they have food available–we ate some fried nibblers, ramen and seaweed soup. Jordyn sang in Japanese and I did my best version of Proud Mary.