Classic art meets modern eats in a new South Korean café.

License Global

July 17, 2019

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The National Gallery Company has launched a Delicious Art Café location in the Myeong-dong shopping area of Seoul, South Korea.

The café is the second location for the National Gallery Company's restaurants. A first location opened in Jamsil Lotte World Mall in Seoul.

The new café was designed by Chang Jinwoo Studio and references Renaissance paintings in the National Gallery's collection. The new space is dominated by an oversized replica of Bosschaert's “Still Life of Flowers in a Wan-Li,” encouraging visitors to interact with the art. Food and drink packaging also corresponds to existing Delicious Art branding that ties in with the aesthetic of the National Gallery in London.

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