Hey, remember that time when we went to a dog cafe? This post has some similarities, but this time we went to a cat cafe. And if there is one thing I’ve learned about the internet, it’s that it likes pictures of cats. So you should all tweet, share, like, +1, or whatever else kids are doing these days using those nice little buttons at the bottom of this post.
After enjoying the spoils of a discount burrito Monday at Taco Cielo in Arts Center, we were in the mood for some feline companionship. As luck would have it, there are people in cat costumes all over Korea just dying to give you a flyer about nearby cat cafes. We ended up at one called Dodohan Koyangi (도도한 고양이) which, as far as I can tell, means Uppity Cat. Unlike the dog cafe we wrote about, it was a relaxing, mellow experience. It was uncrowded and the cats weren’t fighting and peeing on everything. I found this rather nice. As with the dog cafe, you had to buy a drink as your entrance fee for 8000 won. Check out the pictures.
You could learn the cats’ names and a little about them, if you can read Korean.
One of my favorite things was watching the ceiling cats.
Another one was having the cats chase my flashlight beam.
Dodohan Cat Cafe is on the 5th floor of the Rodeo Plaza building near Incheon Bus Terminal. From Incheon Bus Terminal Station, take exit 2 (from Shinsegae Department Store, exit on the H&M side and go left to the big crosswalk). Cross the big street. The building is in the first alley on your right – look for a guy in a Garfield costume. It’s open 11:30 AM to 10:30 PM, and again, a drink must be bought by each person for 8,000 Won.