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Get K-pop Albums While Eating Korean Food At This Muslim-Owned Cafe In MY

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Qistina Bumidin •  Jul 20, 2022

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It's going to be a field day for K-pop fans all over! The next time you and your fellow K-gang are looking for a hangout spot, this weekend-only store Woori Kape, (or Our Cafe in English) in Kuala Lumpur should definitely be on your list! Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F In 2021, two friends from Kuala Lumpur decided to combine their interests - one loves K-pop, the other loves whipping up Korean dishes, to come up with a cafe concept that truly feels like a fun space for fellow K-pop fans to mingle around and partake in all things Korean 😍 All the latest albums from the K-pop world can be found there - from Stray Kids to Le Sserafim and more! The prices range from RM40 to RM65, and some even include photocards of your favourite artists! Come with hungry bellies because there are so many options on the menu; it's hard to not choose everything! A signature menu option you must try is their French Toast with House-made Hanrabong Kaya (RM13.50). What stands out from the dish is the kaya, which is blended with Jeju's hanrabong tangerine preserve - it's decadence at its best 😍 Hanrabong is the signature ingredient here at Woori Kape, which was inspired by the K-reality hit series Coffee Friends, so you have to try the Hanrabong Ade (RM (sparkling tangerine juice) and Hanrabong Uyu(RM11.50) (hanrabong preserve layered with cool milk) 🤤 Of course, they offer a range of Korean-inspired snacks such as Tteokbokki (RM15) and Hotteok (RM6.50)! 😱 For heavier meals, try their Ramyeon (RM20.50) with scallops, egg and banchan for a spicy and satisfying meal 😍 It's served in the pot as well, just like it's done in K-dramas for the ultimate experience! Apart from purchasing albums and indulging in halal Korean food, you can snap Polaroid photos (at a fee) with your friends, play table games and more! Time to get your K-gang ready for a fun day out of all things Korean! 🤩 Halal status: Muslim-owned Address: 34-03, Jalan 2/109e, Taman Desa Business Park, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Opening hours: Saturday & Sunday (10.30 am - 6.00 pm). Currently, they also do pop-ups, so their cafe timings might differ. Do check out their social media for updates as well! InstagramP.S. Can't get enough of halal Korean food? Don't worry we got you covered with more!