After our lunch at Le Blanseu we walked around Ikseon-dong, which seems to be mostly cute restaurants and cafes. We decided to find a cafe, sit down and continue chatting for a bit. We decided on Teum, a cafe down an alley way away from the busy cobblestone streets that gave off an art gallery vibe.
Their menu was in English and Korean and the staff spoke English as well. We ordered at the window of the kitchen which was separate from the cafe. Inside the cafe there was a limited amount of seats but art on the wall and prints and t-shirts with the art on it for sale as well as plenty of books.
I ordered a cinnamon chocolate latte and Mika ordered a Ganache Mocha. Both were 6,500 won. My drink tasted like a fancy chocolate milk, since lattes in Korea don’t necessarily mean there’s any coffee in them. Mika also enjoyed her ganache mocha.