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Busan Bites: Cafe Choryang 1941 Offers a Japanese Feel


Built in a converted 1941 Japanese-style cottage, Cafe Choryang 1941 has become a popular stop for Instagram photographers and those looking for a unique experience in Busan.

Located in the mountains in Dong-gu, this unique cafe only features one coffee, though focuses on milk — its specialized bottles of ginger milk, camellia milk, vanilla milk and coffee vanilla milk are just a few of the options too choose from for around 6,000 won.

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With seating for just under 20, the cafe regularly fills up quick in the mornings. Its rustic furniture and nostalgic atmosphere, including old cutlery and tatami mats, make this cafe a must-stop for those seeking something the beaten path.

The cafe does run regular hours but will close if their product is sold out for the day. It’s a bit of a trek to find, but well worth it if you can.

Parking is available, though if you take a bus, you’ll need to climb a steep hill for about five minutes.

Cafe Information

Address: Mangyang-ro 535-5, Choryang-dong, Dong-gu

Telephone: 051-462-7774

Hours: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. for milk cafe (closed Monday and Tuesday)

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