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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 5 - 2017
Beautiful Dreamy Camera Cafe

Beautiful Dreamy Camera Cafe

The following is a very special café which is really like no other. This unique cafe is located six miles to the east of South Korea in Yangpyeon district. Customers may drive on their own cars in order to reach the location or take a train from Seoul. Though the distance is quite far, yet the customers may be able to enjoy extraordinary sceneries and experiences there offered by the café which is named as the Dreamy Camera Café.

The owner builds this Dreamy Camera Café intentionally to resemble the shape of vintage Rolleiflex camera. It was started from the owner and his family’s love for photography. This camera-shaped place looks perfectly the same as the real camera. At the front part of the building, you may find two lenses functioned not only for aesthetic purpose to look as similar as the real one but also as windows for the customers’ to enjoy the views. Read the rest of this entry »

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