LN is an abbreviation of "luden loquen"; portmanteau of humo lodens (playing man) & homo loquens (talking man). The cafe still keep its daecheong maru (wooden floors) & giwa (traditional roof tiles) in which create a traditional ambiance.
|This building was originally an office space but it was renovated into a cafe & reopened in Sept, 2010. Meaning this cafe has been operating for 4 years.|
|The most popular space in the cafe is the courtyard resembles a box shape character of the Hangul "ㅁ" (M).|
|Pine trees, chairs & tables outside. Perfect inviting ambiance for visitors.|
|I picked my seat inside the cafe, to layan feeling admiring the cafe's minimalist interior design.|
|This is a section located near where I seated. Those shelves displayed tshirts, stationaries, books & items unique to Luden Loquen. And these items can be purchase.|
|I didn't notice the table I chose to sit. Turned out it's an old sewing machine that is transformed into a table. How creative. The treadle is still working when I tried to rock it back & forth.|
|My earl grey tea. No coffee for me now. Yay! I quit consuming them for a couple of months already. Alhamdulillah, I've bid migraine & headache a good farewell since then.|
|My first meal in Seoul. The glutionous rice cake waffle. I was pretty skeptical when this arrived at my table. "Would this be enough? I haven't eat anything since last night. Only the banana milk I bought at the airport." Worries put aside because after few bites...I was already full.|
This is a unique menu found only at LN Cafe. It's not like the waffle I normally bought back home. This rice cake waffle is albeit tasteless & a bit chewy yet the honey, matcha powder, ice cream, blackberry jam, sweet pickled-persimmon balance the blandness of the waffle.
|My brunch cost RM 16.50. I always do this everytime I had my meal abroad. Kena saiko fikiran sikit, kalau sibuk convert semua...memang ndak berjalan lah aku.|
|Direction to LN Hanok Cafe.|