The red box cafe, like its name, features red container architecture. The cafe, with its two floors and terraces, stands out from far away, with intense red and orange contrasts. It seemed frustrating because it was a container building, but with large glass windows, it has great lighting and views. When you enter the interior, unlike the colorful exterior, the interior is simple white tone.
Photos are displayed throughout the white walls, reminiscent of a small gallery. The pictures are taken by the owner of the cafe. You can enjoy the quiet scenery of Gapyeong from the small window, and relax on the open space by going to the terrace on the third floor. Small exhibitions are often held here. Art-loving owners have created this space for amateur writers.
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