When Americans think of raccoons, they may think of the mischievous ones that go through your trash and get into a fight with your pets, but in Asia, where raccoons are not native to, they are often seen as rare and cute.
Like the Ghibli film Ponpoko or the animation Rascal the Raccoon.
How to get there
Go to Line 4 Hyehwa Station exit 4.
Make a left from the exit and walk towards CGV.
It’s in the building with Etude House on the 1st floor.
In the elevator, there was a sign saying that the cafe is for ages 15 and up,
but on a sign next to the door, it said ages 12 and up.
Tu, W, Sa 13:00 – 22:00
Th, F, Su 14:00 – 22:00
The drinks are 1,500 KRW to 3,000 KRW.
Americano, cafe latte, vanilla latte, cramel latte, cafe mocha latte, mint mocha latte, chocolate latte, mint chocolate latte, green tea latte, cookie and cream latte, ice strawberry latte, milk tea, green tea, earl grey, lemonade, orange juice, lemon ice tea, peach ice tea, cola (coke), cider (sprite), hot six (?! haha),
smoothie (strawberry mango).
Here’s a looooong list of rules for this cafe!
Please don’t feed the raccoons plastic, paper, string/cord, chocolate, caffeine, milk etc. because it’s not good for their health.
Watch out for your drink even if it’s an empty cup. Always hold on to your drink and bring it to the counter as soon as you finish drinking.
Please let the raccoons play freely, and don’t annoy them too much.The raccoons may bite you, your clothes, or your belongings.
If the raccoons try to touch your belongings,
lift it up so they cannot reach it.
Please avoid clapping or whistling excessively.
Don’t stand on the tables or chairs. Don’t sit on the floor.
Please don’t let the raccoons use your body or bag
to climb up this wall.
And now enjoy some cute raccoon pictures
and get an idea of what the cafe looks like!!
There are six raccoons total.
Just be careful with your drink and belongings!
Hope you enjoy your time at
Raccoon Cafe Kkukkune (라쿤카페 꾸꾸네) ^^