When I think of Spain, one word resonates strongly in my mind: foodporn. And visitors to the country (as well as Spanish expats) know how painful it is to be separated from the various stands of jamon and croquetas that entice you on every street corner of Barcelona. Luckily, the answer to your Spanish-food needs is right here for you in Sangsu-dong. Colored in mustard-amarillo, Carino is ironically situated right across the street from an old fashioned Korean son-kalguksu restaurant. On the menu's everything you might miss from the country - a jamón plate with mouthwatering slices of the imported meat, gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp) and, of course, croquetas. Savor the taste with a glass of wine from their carefully chosen wine list or try out their alarmingly good (and strong) sangria. A bit removed from central Hongdae, the space is small and romantic - making it the perfect venue for a date. Come here to cozy up together or just to forget that you're in Seoul for a while.