Lazmoo, Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea
I did not know what to expect when I visited Seoul, South Korea. Truth be told, I was a bit skeptical with being that close to N.Korea (I am American afterall). Nevertheless, it is a city that is simply just that – a city – robust and lively. Or more simply put, alive. I will post more on my travels in Seoul, but first, I wanted to share this little find.
Located in the Itaewon section of Seoul, an the expat friendly section of Seoul, with its abundance of bars, restaurants, and shops, I stumbled across this little gem.
At first, I really did not know what it was. Was this someone’s house? Office? But there was a bar in there or at least a bunch of whiskey bottles to resemble as bar, so I would presume serve drinks are served, right?
It was one of those situations when Mr. A and I entered and met the owner or shopkeeper (It was a little hard to communicate) upon entering, so we had to stay. We summed up the place and together we like the quaintness of it all. It was also like like a little refuge located on the top of the hills in Itaewon
I ended up getting a coffee, which was one of the best coffees I have ever had. I even drank it black.
Located on a hill top, away from the main drag and other small popular streets, this place was truly a local gem to relax and enjoy a great coffee, or whiskey, if you like. Especially on a rainy day, like we did. It is one of those places that just has that right amount of something.