Dreamy Cafe 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Nothing says hipsterdom like independent coffee shops and outdated technology.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.

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Inside, the walls of the coffee shop are adorned with vintage cameras — naturally.

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Even the toilet paper rolls are made to look like rolls of film.

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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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Enjoy these sorts of buildings that look like other things? We got 12 more examples of architecture in disguise here.

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