The perfect itinerary for a quick trip to Seoul.
Fell + Cole is an artisanal ice creamery in the Hongdae District of Seoul.
As Seoul’s obsession with luxury grows, so does its love of brunch.
No Stress Kitchen is tucked away in a back alley near the popular Bauhaus dog cafe in Seoul, Korea.
Situated in the tranquil periphery of Sogang University is Soomdo, a combination reading room, cafe, and art gallery.
The Korean taco craze may have started in Los Angeles, but it has now made its way, appropriately, to Seoul.
Ho-ddeoks are the most delicious syrup-filled pancake you’ll ever have in a cup.
What to do with a massive three day vacation? Hit the food market of course.
Meagan Mastriani turns to street food to get her through the freezing Korean winter.
Meagan Mastriani recently returned to Daehangno, Seoul’s quirky theater district, on a cold winter afternoon perfect for a hot drink.
“Ddeokbokki Town”, Seoul, is so much more than a collection of your average street-side stands. And the ddeokbokki they serve is so much more than your average street-side fare.
Meagan Mastriani celebrates with the help of Bonnie’s Kitchen – a welcome departure from bargain boulangeries.
Meagan Mastriani finally agrees to share her favorite café in Seoul.
Meagan Mastriani sips a sweet potato latte at Alice and Dorothy café in Seoul.
For those hungry travelers with no time to visit Korea’s countryside, there is a way to experience temple dining in the city.
In Seoul’s curious tradition of dog and cat cafés, Meagan Mastriani finds an alternative that actually serves a decent cup of tea.
In an area populated with colorful and cultural people, it makes sense that there it an equally colorful cafe scene.
It’s monsoon season in Seoul, which means lots of rain. Which in turn means Pajeon pancakes and Makgeoli rice wine are sure to be on the table.
Meagan Mastriani is deeply impressed with the bustling cafe scene in Seoul, South Korea.