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Hello Kitty Cafe - Shinchon

Korea does cute well, especially when it comes to cafes. Although there are a few branches of Hello Kitty Cafe throughout Seoul, the location in Shinchon seems to be the most peaceful. Enjoy girly chat over cute cafes and precious latte art.
is the sinchon locatiion just as cute as the Hongdae one??? xD
i wish i could visit there someday. :)
so cute I wish I could visit
This is on my list to go there this week!
I went in Incheon International airport Hello Kitty Cafe' branch.. Buy a Blueberry Latte..
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