Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Baby and Kids' Cafes in Korea

Updated 25 June 2017

Thanks to Baby Z in Seoul, Expat Parents Korea!, and Seoul Mom and Kids for this info!

Korea is a great place for kids. I love Korea. It's amazing! It's safe and everyone, old people especially, will tell you how cute (and cold! even in summer old people will tell you how cold your children are!) your children are.

Kids cafes are everywhere. This is not a complete list by any means. There are tons and tons of kids' cafes around Korea. Kids under 12 months are usually free. Many grocery stores like Homeplus and Emart often have a little jungle gym area where you can live kids over the age of 4. If they're under 4 you have to stay with them. These places are usually about 4,000 for two hours.

There are also bigger places that have anything from ball pits, crafts, bubble, trampolines, Wii, merry-go-rounds, trains, sand pits, kitchen sets, blocks, and a whole lot more. Places in Seoul are more expensive and you might end up paying up to 15,000 per kid. Some places will charge the adults and give you a free coffee others will let adults in for free but they have to order something or pay a no-ordering fine which is about 5,000.

Korea Wide
  • List of Kids' Cafes
  • Little Prince-Eorinwangja: A chain of kids café’s in various locations.

  • Pororo Park in Metapolis Mall. Kids: 5,000; Adults: 6,000

  • Children’s museum Close to Jamsil area. Near Olympic park, north gate.
  • I Like Dalki in Times Square. Kids: 10,000; Adult: 5,000.
  • Jungle Kids Cafe near Express Bus Terminal Station. More info at Baby Z in Seoul
  • Kids Cafe Jamsil shopping mall, next door to Toys R Us Huge ball pit, sand play, basket ball rings etc. 
  • Kidzania Jamsil Station Exit #4. Kids aged 3-16 on weekdays: 32,000. Weekends: 35,000; Adults on weekdays: 16,000. Weekends: 18,000. Kids under 3 are free.
  • Kidzplanet 6-4 Itaewon-Dong, Yongsan gu, Indoor PE classes (Rollerblading + rock Climbing) Cooking and Science classes. Outdoor play area. Kids can have fun and parents can run errands, shop, or work out in the gym. 
  • Kinderand Line 3: Hwajeong station. This is a large, indoor playground with climbing tubes,ball pits, slides, trampolines and bouncy castle, video games, karaoke room and a movie room, so older siblings could be happy here too. This is a section for younger children with some small slides. There is a food court. 
  • Littland at Shinsegae. More info at Baby Z in Seoul
  • Little Bear in Daechi dong, Songpa dong.
  • Little Orchard in Seocho-gu, Bangbae-Dong, Naebang station line #7.
  • Mickeyland Soongsil University station line #7.
  • Norang Cafe Maebong Station Exit #4. Craft kits: KRW5,000-25,000.
  • Petit 5 at Hangangjin. More info at Baby Z in Seoul
  • Pororo Lounge at Coex. More info at Baby Z in Seoul.
  • Pororo Park D Cube City Mall: 16,000; Adults: 6,000
  • Strawberry/DalkiLand Olympic park, gate 4; Times Square; and many more locations throughout Seoul. 10,000 per child; 5,000 for each parent. 

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  1. Hi, any cafe around Sangnok-gu, Ansan-si?

  2. Hi Sanna,

    I called 1330 which is the tourist hotline and they said that there's one in Lotte Mart on the third floor. The name is it is Playtime.


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