South Korea Has the Most Random Sheep Cafe

Themed cafes are becoming a trend in many countries, and in South Korea, there is apparently one that is super random – it features real live sheep!

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Yes, you read that right. The place, which is located in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea, is called Thanks Nature Cafe.

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The location of the cafe can be easily missed as it is not exactly along the street. According to BuzzFeed, it is located down some stairs on the main street of Hongdae.

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Thanks Nature Cafe has two popular sheep, Honey and Sugar.

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Fortunately, the cafe added two new super adorable, fluffy and cuddly baby sheep last year: Anna and Sam.

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Honey and Sugar are no doubt cute, but Anna and Sam are just too darn cuddly! Just look at them!

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As said in the report, they have a different spot in the cafe. They have this sweet looking home outside of the window where they can just chill and watch you as you enjoy your delicious meal.

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The place’s owner is apparently super cool, too! He gives out some food to his customers and let them experience what’s it like to feed sheep!

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The cafe also serve yummy sheep-themed food.

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Check out the cafe’s Facebook for more details.

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