Photos: Dreamy Cafe/Facebook
Nothing says hipsterdom like independent coffee shops and outdated technology. So yeah, the Dreamy Cafe in South Korea is totally legit.
The two-story building was designed to look like a red Rolleiflex, the iconic medium format twin lens camera by German company Franke & Heidecke.
From what we can discern from the Dreamy Cafe Facebook page, the establishment is run by an adorable young family who live in a small house right next door.
Inside, the walls of the coffee shop are adorned with vintage cameras — naturally.
Even the toilet paper rolls are made to look like rolls of film.
If you’re ever in South Korea and would like to visit Dreamy Cafe, it’s located about 40 miles from Seoul in a small hillside town called Yangpyeong.
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