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This Cafe in Seoul is An Artist's DREAM!

This weekend I went to a cafe called Peach Gray that I am absolutely in love with!

It's a completely normal cafe that happens to also serve yummy pancakes, but they give you a little something extra that makes this place absolutely amazing.
With any thing you order on the menu, they give you a tray filled with watercolors and a water color brush pen (which if you dont know what that is, watch the video and prepare to be amazed!)

It was so calming and lovely!

Here's the video plus some footage at one of my favorite museums in Seoul!

Who else thinks this is heaven?

When I go to Korea I definitely need to check this cafe out!!!!
definitely a place i need to put on my travel list
I'd really love to go that place since i draw and water paint often, you should post the direction so its easier to find πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž
I like to be your friend
this is awesome!
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