They are old photos I just found in my hard drive.
The place is called “민들레 영토 [Mindeulle youngto]” meaning “Dandelions land”. People shorten the name to “민토 [Minto]”
I used to go to this coffee chain to study with my friends.
It’s very comfortable atmosphere to study and you can order food or grab some drink and snack.
They also have private study room for groups or seminar etc. I used to study English every Saturday in one of the group rooms.
If you feel like chilling with your friends, reading or studying( it sounds weird but Korean people do.. :p), check out this place in Sinchon or Hongdae. There might be more of them now.
It’s my favorite pizza chain in the world. It’s pretty thin crust and the crust is generally filled with something like sweet potatoes and cheese. You will never imagine how tasty the crust can be or that it could even become your favorite part of eating pizza. I like the idea that they put a lot of different nutritious toppings on them.
They are many types of pizza so the toppings vary a lot. The pizza in the photo is called “Golden seafood pizza” and it’s got shrimp with plenty of veggies, plus sweet potato filled crust! hahah!
People usually visit stores and sit down to eat and there is a unlimited salad bar which you can enjoy along with pizza or as an appetizer. Just be careful not to eat too much of it and make yourself too full to enjoy the pizza with the full enthusiasm!
I wish I had the chains in Canada as well. Should I be the first one who opens it? 😉
The CEO of Mr. Pizza is Jung Woo-Hyun (정우현). The president is Lee Ju-bok (이주복). As of 2010, the company had franchised 350 stores in Korea, two in the United States, one in Vietnam, and 15 in China.
South Korean pizza chain established in 1990. It is based in Banpo-Dong, Seocho-Gu, Seoul. After establishing a franchise in Ewha Women’s University, Mr. Pizza opened a store in Beijing, China in 2000 and has two stores in the Los Angeles Area in Koreatown and recently opened a store in Little Tokyo. The Mr. Pizza logo, a slanted, stylized ‘Pizza & Hand’, is symbolic of two people (the company and customer) shaking hands.
This is my hometown, Bupeyong.
I think I used to see these robots in the past but didn’t remember they existed after 4 years of living in Ottawa.
She definitely freaked me out because she bowed at me as I was walking by.
I thought you might find it interesting since you won’t see this type of scene in the western world yet!
It hides your private sound with the beautiful waterfall music.;)