by Bonnie Sweebe
So my son gets a summer internship at a law firm in Seoul, South Korea. He lives in a very tiny long-term private residence house and spends most of the day working.
The Korean people have a very strong work ethic. He works long hours and is exhausted at the end of the day. There is very little time to worry about what’s going on at home. Maybe that’s why South Korea has dog cafes.
A dog cafe is a place where you can order a beverage and be surrounded by many many dogs. A popular dog cafe in Seoul is the Bau Haus dog cafe.
Dog cafe dogs are very friendly and range in sizes from the very small to the very tall. Dog attendants roam the dog cafe ready to clean up any messes that occur. Outside of dog hair, the dog cafe is very clean. The beverages are a bit pricey, but include the price of admission.