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5 Restaurants and Cafés That Usually Appear on Your Favorite Korean Dramas

These places have served as backdrop to these Korean dramas.
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Look how far we've come, Candy Girls. Our Korean drama obsession brought us this far...so far that we already noticed how a few restaurants and cafeterias in South Korea have been used as filming locations for some scenes on our favorite TV shows. Below, we've rounded up five of them and where we've seen them to give you an idea of how often they appear on the shows.

  1. Subway. This famous sandwich resto probably wins with the most appearances in Korean dramas. In case you're already craving, there are a ton of Subway branches in the Philippines already.

Descendants of the Sun

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Goblin

The Prime Minister & I

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  1. Dal.Komm. This coffee shop, which started operations in 2011, has now expanded its branches to two more countries (Malaysia and Singapore). It combines three of people's passions: coffee, story, and music to give its customers a wonderful experience.

Descendants of the Sun

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Goblin

The Producers

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  1. Mango Six. Cafe Mango Six is famous in Korea for their juices, bubble tea, coffee, and desserts. Their bestseller? The mango coconut juice, which has made its appearance in these two K-Dramas we've listed below.

The Heirs

A Gentleman's Dignity

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  1. Tous Les Jours. ICYDK, this bakeshop, which means "every day," has already made its way to our country. Aside from a warm cup of coffee, Tous Les Jours offers a wide variety of breads and pastries that go perfectly well with your favorite warm drink.

Dream High

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  1. Coffeesmith. With its wide open space and neat interior, Coffeesmith (located in very busy Hongdae) boasts of its relaxing atmosphere which frequent visitors love.

Sensory Couple

It's Okay, That's Love

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Did we miss anything? Tell us in the comments or talk to us via Twitter @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you

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