Weird and Wild ANIMAL CAFES of Korea

Weird and Wild ANIMAL CAFES of Korea

August 8, 2019 100 By William Morgan


This is Blind Alley, the raccoon cafe
of South Korea.
Good morning, Vagabuddies.
Another day in Seoul, South Korea.
It’s a beautiful day,
and today we’re going to be checking
out Seoul’s coffee culture,
but in particular,
some coffee shops that have some
interesting furry friends.
We’re going to drink coffee with raccoons
What’s up? We have to get a pass,
and then there are some rules here.
You can’t hold or lift a raccoon.
Don’t let it climb up your body.
Don’t touch the face.
Don’t be alarmed if they nibble at you.
It says if you don’t follow these points,
you may be physically hurt.
Be careful.
This is definitely very unique.
I’ve never been to a coffee shop
that has a resident raccoon, but
let’s go find out.
That’s not a raccoon.
That’s not a raccoon, but it kind of looks
like one.
Thank you. We get some food.
Ok. Is this for us or for the animals?
No, this is for the raccoons, Mark.
All right.
Are the corgis and raccoons friends?
OMG
That is the cutest thing ever.
Can I feed them?
This guy is so acrobatic.
How long have you been open?
One year?
Are the raccoons shelter animals?
Where do the raccoons come from?
Their parents in America or Canada.
They were born here
And they grew up here.
They’re feeling it out,
and then they eat it.
Oh, look at your little paws.
Honestly, the only word for this is
bizarre. There are raccoons
running around, being chased
by a corgie.
People just chilling
working on their computers
and drinking coffee.
Only in Seoul, South Korea.
She’s very cute.
Marko. OMG this is amazing.
This essentially combines my two favorite
things: coffee shops and petting zoos.
This one is called Blind Alley
with raccoons, and they’re playing.
OMG. Look. Look.
I just got mauled by a raccoon.
This is unique,
and it’s easy to be, ” oh how cute.”
I don’t know how I feel
about the whole situation.
These are wild animals.
They are very cute, though.
OK. We’re out of here.
We have been; we have seen;
we have vlogged, and this is just
total destruction.
Be free, young raccoon.
Be free.
All right, guys. We have made it
to the neighborhood of Hongdae.
It’s a trendy part of town,
but one of the coffee shops here has
sheep in it. It’s called Thanks Nature Cafe,
and it’s a petting zoo/ coffee shop combo
Well, we’re going to get one more coffee,
and say hello to our sheepy friends.
We have found the place.
Thanks Nature Cafe.
It looks like it’s a waffle shop.
Everything about this is weird.
It’s got a good idea.
You feel like you want to pet animals
and drink coffee.
It’s just bizarre when you look at it.
Are these guys happy?
I don’t know if they’re happy.
The only sheep that I know are truly
happy are sheep from New Zealand.
These guys are just on tile floors;
it’s not even grass.
Never forget, kids.
Today is not ice flake.
I take back everything that I
said previously
This guy is so chill.
He’s like a cloud. I know.
I’m honestly melting right now.
I’m having a mini break down right now.
The other place….
the other place I thought was weird
because they had a corgi that was
the same size as a raccoon,
and therefore causing drama with the
raccoons. That was a lot of intensity.
I think that the raccoon one…
not a good idea, and I didn’t like
the setup.
But this is chill.
This guy is the best energy ever.
He’s just like a big cloud.
He’s so soft.
Look at it.
This has been one of the most
bizarre and interesting business ideas
I’ve ever seen in my life.
Only in South Korea.
Let us know which animals you’d like
to get a coffee with.
Is it a sheep? Is it a raccoon?
Is it a puppy or is it a kitten?
Put it in the comment section.
I vote for Sloth Cafe.
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In the meantime, stay curious,
keep exploring, and we’re just going to
pet this sheep for the next couple hours