Like I said in my post about the dog café, pet/animal cafés are extremely popular in Asia. Feeling stressed about college entrance exams? Pet a bunch of cats. Just had a bad break up? Go snuggle a puppy for awhile. These kinds of places are everywhere and are really quite a fun thing to do with friends! This café was kind of small, but it was built almost like a kids treehouse, with tons of ramps, alcoves, and tunnels that the cats can travel through. When you go on, you take your shoes off and put on indoor shoes. They give you a card explaining the rules. Cat café rules are a lot more strict than dog café rules, because cats are fickle animals and are capable of scratching people (especially small children) quite badly. You had to pay an entrance fee of 8,000 won, and you could pick any drink on the menu. A lot of the drinks were decorated with cat motifs. The marshmallow on my friend's hot chocolate was decorated to look like a cat paw. I don't think there was a time limit, but we stayed a little over an hour. There are cute posters everywhere explaining the cats' names, personalities, and ages. You can buy them treats and there are cat toys lying everywhere. All in all, since I am not much of a cat person, I enjoyed the experience but would not go back a bunch more times (the puppy café, on the other hand....) There were also a lot of couples in there, but Korea is a very couple-oriented country so you will most likely see tons of couples in any remotely adorable place, at any time of the day..