Caffé Pascucci - Seoul, South Korea

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Caffé-Pascucci - Seoul, South Korea

Café Pascucci is like an oasis after a long drought for travelers with zero amount of sleep. It's finally reaching the café heaven of Asia: Seoul. I reached the Incheon International Airport with two hours of sleep, after a long and delayed flight. Seeing the Caffé Pascucci is like seeing the face of caffeine heaven – it has all the right approaches to make you want to take time and enjoy the possibly first-of-many café hopping choices in Seoul.


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How to get to the Café Pascucci - Seoul, South Korea

The Caffè Pascucci is actually an Italian coffeehouse chain, with branches spread out in the U.S., South Korea, Japan, and in other cities across a total of 20 countries. As of this year (2014), the Caffé Pascucci in Seoul has around 379 operating stores nationwide. The one in Seoul however, is easy to find because they have one inside their International Airport – just before you enter the immigration area. Just look for the logo with red coffee cup with Pascucci characters – it’s usually the area with the most number of luggage and people dining in for some good coffee.

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What to do and see in the Caffé-Pascucci

Coffee drinks, bakery, gelato, and beans – the mandatory formula for a winning coffee shop. You should try these drinks: Salty Affogato, Tiramisu Mocha, and Latte Macchiato (White Chocolate) – a signature Pascucci worth the thumbs up. The quality is deep and the taste is resonant. It sets the bar high as to what to expect in your next café hopping encounter in Seoul.

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Caffé Pascucci Favorites

No one can go wrong with Italian coffee because it’s the Adam and Eve of coffee, in my opinion. But the Cafee Pascucci, though Italian in origin, has it’s Korean class and culture that leaves a very good and solid impression to anyone who likes good quality coffee. No amount of excuse, whether it’s lack of sleep or coffee ignorance, can take away the likeability and preference for the Caffé Pascucci. The place is recommended for group gatherings, travel checkpoint rest places, and even some alone time.





Bowdy is an amateur adventurer, a coffee sleepyhead, and a start-up rooter, with a penchant for classic-looking photos. At last count, he has visited some 52 countries, and is now living in Singapore. He's always in search of fascinating routines to exploit, within the edges of after-office hours and (un)limited holidays.

For collaboration ideas, email bowdywanders@gmail.com.

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