Min Geum Jae is the older brother of BTS Suga. He recently opened a bakery café in Jejudo named Gongbech.
Shared photos show that the cafe is a comfortable space decorated with clean floors and glass walls.
It’s not just a cafe, it’s a complex cultural space.
You can see the first impression of a cafe outside is how minimal it is.
The view of the sea greeting you sitting in a huge concrete landscape is amazing!
People can move around more freely than other places that maximize the percentage of land they build,
and take beautiful pictures and post them on social media.
You can say the cafe is an architecture building, a place that can be artistic inspiration. .I like the way they chose to remodel rather than demolish all the old concrete buildings that once occupied a part of Jeju’s past history. Combining the old with the new, they created this modern space to be seen in trendy cities like Seoul. And on the ceiling, there’s a window that allows the sun to shine in from the top.
The empty, torn warehouse has a unique mirror installation and the stairs leading to a wide glass panel overlooking the sea.
You can see the place decorated with exhibition space.
It will be an interesting addition to the island’s art and entertainment scene.
The cafe, which promotes itself as a bakery but still feels like it has a lot to complete.
It has the selection of bread available compared to similar bakery concept cafe.
There are regular coffee choices, bagels, cupcakes and nothing costs more than 10,000 won.
You can go down to the basement with drinks and food freely.
The shared photos show the café to be a refined yet comfortable space complimented by clean floors and glass walls.
And that’s not all. There’s even space within the café that includes nature such as trees and rocks.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily
Address: 1568-1 Dongbok-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju City