‘Chiut’ was initially been planted as a small bookshop and a garden in the space of Takeout Drawing, Itaewon. The cafe serves as a bookstore that tells the stories of contemporary artists and culture. They have goals to engage with the neighborhood and nature through a series of small flower and gardening workshops.
Not only is it a bookstore, but it is also a flower shop, cafe, museum, and lastly an open space to enrich the experience of our everyday life.
Chiut, or ㅊ, is a consonant letter representing the “-ch” sound in Korean.
To get to Haebangchon, take the subway line 7 to Noksapyeong Station then get off at exit 2. From exit 2, walk straight ahead until you are at the intersection. From the intersection look for a sign that says HBC Art village or just take the alley on the left next to the military center.
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