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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Korea . Seoul . BAU HOUSE The Dog Cafe


Korea . Seoul . BAU HOUSE The Dog Cafe 
A Cafe with a lots of DOGS, quite variety of different kind of dogs are here to play with you.
Once you walked into the café you will realize that is not really a café but quite an open space with dogs running around. Huge space seats are placed along the walls, leaving a big open space in the middle

In this cafe around a dozen or more dogs are living, taken care of by a wonderful, devoted staff. 
The dogs are roaming around freely and are literally all over the place: on the seats and benches, on the tables, under the tables….everywhere!
People can bring along their own dog. Others bring their children for some dogie-quality-time. 



























Bau House
Jeil Bldg. 1F
394-44 Seogyo-dong,
Mapo-gu,
Seoul, South Korea

Address (English): 394-44 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. (Je-il Building, rear entrance, 1st floor)
Address (Korean): 서울특별시 마포구 서교동 394-44 제일빌딩 후면 1

Website: http://bau.cyworld.com (inaccessible outside of South Korea)

Admission: Free, but you must buy a drink.
Drinks cost around 7,500 won (AUD$7.70/GBP£4.30) for a coffee and a bag of dog treats cost around 4,500 won ($4)

How to get there: Take the train or catch a taxi to Hapjeong Station Hapjeong Station in Korean and English and take Exit 3. Turn right and walk down the nearest road – Yanghwa-ro 8-gil – and you should see the sign for Bau House on the ground floor window of the building, or you can use this accurate map.


(Bau House has recently moved so there are a unupdated maps floating, like the one on Eat Your Kimchi. I learnt this the hard way after spending two-days searching for the new location!)