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This Book Cafe Looks Like the IRL Library in 'Beauty and the Beast'

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If you're an avid reader (and book hoarder), you probably enter a bookstore and almost always stay longer than intended. And the thing is, you never regret it. If you ever find yourself in Korea, drop by BookPark and prepare to be amazed.

The book café looks like a contemporary version of the stunning library from Beauty and the Beast, aka the library of our dreams. (Seriously, it gave the beast major pogi points.)

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Like every magical place, BookPark has a lot of hidden spots, perfect for when you need to take a break from touring (and shopping) around Seoul. It's open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and is located right by the Hangangjin Station on the Seoul Subway Line 6.

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Add BookPark to your travel bucket list, Candy Girlss!

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* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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