This Gigantic Two-Story Camera is Actually a Coffee Shop


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About 60 miles (97 km) east of Seoul, South Korea, you will find a gigantic two-story building in the shape of a Rolleiflex, a popular line of medium format twin lens reflex (TLR) cameras.

Inside is a coffee shop with vintage cameras and accessories on display. The Dreamy Camera cafe is the brainchild of a camera enthusiast and ex-helicopter pilot in the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF). The shop is open daily from 11 am and closes at 6pm from Monday – Friday, and 8 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

You can find more information on the shop’s Facebook page and blog. In the information section on Facebook, the address posted is: 341-13, Jung-won-ri, Yongmun-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea and is located about 7km from Yongmun Station.

[via PetaPixel]


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18 Midwesterners On The One Thing People Get Wrong About The Midwest

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For the last week Lance Pauker and I have been getting the full experience of life in Fargo, North Dakota. We’ve tried some incredible foods and hung out some of the nicest people we’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. So many people that have never visited the Midwest really have no clue what it’s like, other than stereotypes and broad, outdated generalizations that couldn’t be further from the truth. We visited North Dakota State University and local coffee shops to ask college students about the biggest misconception of living in the Midwest. Their answers varied, but had one general theme; it’s not that bad at all. Actually, it’s pretty great.

What is the biggest misconception people have about living in the Midwest?

“They think we’re all just complacent and satisfied with just doing whatever for the rest of our lives. I have dreams to do huge things and just…

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