The place I can't wait to eat 'du pain', Paul.

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First Korean branch of French bakery,Paul in Seoul.

A very freezing day, I visited with colleagues,also Lomographers,the first Korean branch of French bakery,Paul in Yeoido,Seoul. When I was in Europe,Paul was one of my favorite places to be.Not just for the their traditional bread,but also for wonderful smell of bread and their warm atmosphere so that I was quite curious about the one of Seoul when I’ve heard it just opened in Yeoido. We had a very delicious brunch there,fresh bread & vegetables,refillable coffee with non-stop taking Lomographs!

I do love Bread & coffee!

written by afterain on 2010-01-09 in #world #locations #seoul #panorama #lc-a #horion-perfekt #korea #paul

3 Comments

  1. adbigmilk
    adbigmilk ·

    There's Paul In Korea ? It's like it our little Starbuck... soon all over the world... Baguettes for all ! :)

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    Love these shots ! The first particularly ! Et bon appétit !

  3. ipdegirl
    ipdegirl ·

    love the first picture!

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