BASS CATCH UP COFFEE - Seoul’s Best-Kept Secrets: Buam-dong

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Date: 
Wednesday, 13 August, 2014 - 10:00 - 12:00
Venue: 
Meet at the Espresso Club coffee shop in Buam-dong at 10 am
Cost: 
Cost of coffee/ lunch

For those of us that will be enjoying Seoul this summer, we would love for you to join us for an ice coffee. Buam-dong is a charming neighborhood in the center of Seoul, that offers a peaceful alternative to often-hectic downtown. This group is led by Mrs. Anne Wightman (italwightman@msn.com).


The plan would be to meet at the Espresso Club coffee shop in Buam-dong at 10 am on that morning. The instructions to get there are:

1. Take subway to Gyeongbukgong Station (line 3) and get out at exit 3.

2. Walk straight about 100m to the second bus stop and take green bus nos. 1020, 7022 or 7212

3. Get off at Buam-dong Community Service Centre, which is six stops from where you start and is announced in English

4. Turn right when you get off the bus and walk straight uphill for about 2 minutes until you hit the Espresso Club

The plan would be for us to have coffee there, then, depending on what folk would like to do, we could wander around Buam-dong a bit, taking in the odd little gallery, and then could stop for more refreshment/light lunch at a coffee shop called Sanmotoonge, which is supposed to be one of the best in Seoul and has a fabulous view over the city from its terrace.

For those of us that will be enjoying Seoul this summer, we would love for you to join us for an ice coffee.  Buam-dong is a charming neighborhood in the center of Seoul, that offers a peaceful alternative to often-hectic downtown.   This group is led by Mrs. Anne Wightman.
 
The plan would be to meet at the Espresso Club coffee shop in Buam-dong at 10 am on that morning.  The instructions to get there are:
 
1.  Take subway to Gyeongbukgong Station (line 3) and get out at exit 3.
 
2.  Walk straight about 100m to the second bus stop and take green bus nos. 1020, 7022 or 7212
 
3.  Get off at Buam-dong Community Service Centre, which is six stops from where you start and is announced in English
 
4.  Turn right when you get off the bus and walk straight uphill for about 2 minutes until you hit the Espresso Club
 
The plan would be for us to have coffee there, then, depending on what folk would like to do, we could wander around Buam-dong a bit, taking in the odd little gallery, and then could stop for more refreshment/light lunch at a coffee shop called Sanmotoonge, which is supposed to be one of the best in Seoul and has a fabulous view over the city from its terrace.

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