South Korea is home to many amazing sights, many of which revolve around architecture, yet nothing can compare to the Cafe Dreamy. At least, not in the minds of avid shutterbugs. It is a two storey building that has taken on the likeness of a Rolleiflex camera. Made by a camera-loving family, Cafe Dreamy doesn't just look like a giant camera, it is chock full of vintage models inside. Even the paper towel dispensers look like rolls of film.
Clever and well-executed, Cafe Dreamy can be considered both a coffee shop and miniature camera museum. Located six miles east of Seoul, South Korea, Cafe Dreamy may be a bit of a trip to visit, but it is surely worth the pictures (appropriately).
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