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Gong Yoo's Cafe Coffee Prince in Hongdae

This is the famous Hongdae Cafe in Hongdae, Seoul. Coffee Prince became famous from Gong Yoo oppa's drama Coffee Prince #1 :) Haven't been there for a while. I visited there last week and it reminded Gong Yoo oppa in Coffee Prince #1. Feels like oppa will make a cup of latte for me~~~~~.
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I still want to watch that drama again and again!!!
Ah! That place must never close down because of that drama.
like him
btw, you should tag #cafe too :D
oh i've been wanting to go here! the coffee guys also wear the same uniform as in the drama kkkk
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