Visit South Korea's Sheep Cafe

Cafes where you get to pet animals while you eat are all the rage, especially in East Asia. There are cat cafes, dog cafes, owl cafes, and goat cafes, among others. On February 19, the Year of the Sheep in the Chinese zodiac begins, so one clever restaurater in Seoul is bringing sheep into his cafe.


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In the South Korean culture, On Demand News informs us, sheep symbolize "kindness, humility, and respect for parents." Many Koreans visit sheep farms at this time. Lee Kwang-ho, the owner of the Thanks to Nature Cafe, saw this tradition as a great opportunity to draw in customers.

-via Nothing to Do with Aborath

What type of animal cafe would you like to see next?






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We're on the same wavelength tonight. Discarded one I wrote that duplicated the cave's "eye", and I was just fixing to write this. You know what they say about great minds: they think alike, except about food, in which case they're total opposites! :)
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