For a taste of 1970s Korea, head to Miss Lee Cafe. This bustling, quaint establishment brings back the good ole days with its signature lunchbox meal of sausage, kimchi pork and a fried egg sprinkled with seaweed over a bed of white rice. This metal lunchbox, known as a doshirak in Korean, is to be shaken before eaten, just as school children once did. Additionally, there's a great selection of traditional teas and coffee beverages that can be refilled at no cost. The interior of Miss Lee Cafe, which is blanketed in love notes, sketches, confessions, and proposals, creates a pleasant setting for a cute (and maybe a bit kitschy) date.
|Venue name:||Miss Lee Cafe||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–12am|
|Transport:||Anguk Station (Line 3), exit 6|
|Price:||Dosirak 6,000 won|