What I love about Seoul is that the city never stops changing and you can always find new things to see, do and eat! If you’re looking for some quirky places to grab a sweet treat, Seoul is definitely the place to do so! I’ve been to a couple of fun Seoul desserts you surely don’t want to miss when in town! They’re perfect for a post-shopping snack, a rainy Sunday afternoon or for meeting friends!

Here are the top 15 quirky Seoul desserts:

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1 Cafe Bora,

삼청본점 Samcheong :: 149-5 Sogyeok-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul – 대치직영점 Daechi :: 989-5 Daechi-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul http://www.cafebora.com

Korean purple yam (goguma) desserts 😈 보라보라한게 맛있다아😋🍠💜 @myjgreen_ ❄️

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2 O´sulloc Tea House,

Seoul-si Jung-gu Myeongdong-gil 48 / 서울특별시 중구 명동7길 12 (명동1가), http://www.osulloc.co.kr


3 Remicone,

서울특별시 강남구 신사동 547-12 1층, Seoul

Can't see the fuss about it #pamseoulxanne

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4 Sona 소나

강남구 강남대로 162길 40, Seoul

눈으로 먼저 맛 보기 💖 . . . #소나#sona#샴페인스노우볼#디저트#dessert

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5 Eclair by Garuharu

서울시 용산구 이태원동, Seoul

6 Banana Tree

526 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

7 Line Friends Store & Cafe

535-15 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

👀👀👀 #linefriends #cafe #icecream #supercute

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8 Crystal Ball,

Hongdae Street Market


9 Sulbing,

254 타임 캐슬 오피스텔 2 층

10 Mr. Churro,

Hongdae, 372-2 정원 빌딩 3 층 Mr.churro 미스터 츄 로 본사

Mandy's churros recommendation. Really good!

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11 Mr. Holmes Bakehouse Korea

Apgujeong-ro 10-gil, 34, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

https://www.instagram.com/p/BGTS9cakKiH/?taken-at=1007994105


12 Cafe Dior by Pierre Hermé,

139 Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul


13 Kiss The Tiramisu,

366-12 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Hey exercise meet your enemy, this yummy Ice Cream Tiramisu👊🏻

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14 Conversation Seoul,

Gangnam, Seoul


 

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15 티라레돌체,

서울특별시 마포구 서교동 408-25 201호 티라레돌체


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One of the greatest things about Seoul is truly its great variety of cafes and restaurants. Due to the intercultural influence in the city over the past years, fusion cafes and restaurants are popping up out of nowhere. If you are in Seoul, be sure to munch on a couple of these top 15 quirky desserts!

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Is there a quirky dessert missing on this list? Leave a comment down below if you would like to add something to this list! If you found this post useful and want to save it for your upcoming travels, be sure to pin it on your boards!

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  • I have been seeing those tiramisu cups everywhere lately! They even have a place in our small neighborhood that sells those! Those and churros actually…I feel like they are all the rage along with banana flavored foods! That goguma dessert looks strange, but I wanna try it! Have you tried any of these to confirm they are good?!

    • I tried a couple and all of what I had was pretty good! On Saturday, we went to that Bora Cafe! It was really nice too!

  • Laura Nalin

    These all look so tasty! I love how unique each of them are in their own right. Korea really is a dessert lovers dream, eh?

    • for sure! and they really always try to come up with crazier and more unique things for people to try! it’s heaven!

  • Jaclyn Chua-Park

    So cute! I’m surprised there’s nothing from the Poop Café though haha 🙂

    • Haha oh true! Forgot to include that!

  • Nanie –

    These look so tasty and they’re all in Seoul 🙁 whyyyyyyy??? 🙁
    So gonna try them when I go to Seoul next.

    • I know… they’re too good not to try!

  • Shirgie Scf

    This is sweetness overload. I personally love desserts and I am so going to try out some of the food you featured here. I love the photos, it highlights the quirkiness of these sweet treats

    • thanks so much! I haven’t tried all yet either so once I’m back in Korea I’m treating myself big time!

  • Mensch, Lind. Das hätte ich vor einem Jahr wissen müssen. Ich war total überfordert in Seoul und alles war so scharf, da konnte ich gar nicht klar denken. Aber Süßigkeiten haben mir vorm Verhungern bewahrt. Und diese sehen besonders toll. aus. Da werd ich glatt neidisch und will sofort zurück.

    • Na du kannst gerne nochmal kommen und mich besuchen! Danke fuer die lieben Worte 😉

  • Remicone, Sona, and Banana Tree. I need to get there immediately! This is probably my favorite post about Korea that I’ve come across because these desserts are just so interesting!!! I’m legitimately amazed at how gorgeous these are, they look too good to eat! I’m impressed by Sona’s use of molecular gastronomy for presentation. Thanks for the compilation!

    • Awesome thanks so much! I haven’t tried all of these yet myself so once I’m back in Korea, I’m treating myself hard!

  • What a yummy post! Love the photography of these deserts and thank you for compiling such a nice list. Are the flowers in “Banana Tree” and “Sona”edible?

  • What an awesome round up Linda! I can’t believe how beautifully presented they all are! WOW! I am not a huge cream or red-bean fan (and it seems that there is either cream or red beans in just about everything here) but these desserts are certainly make me want to try each one!
    Thank you for sharing! x

  • Kate Carter Hickey

    I want to try each and every one of these things on your list! I can’t tell if they’re all this mouth-watering or if your photography i just completely on point. Which was your favourite treat?

  • Wendy Flor

    Those are amazingly sinful! Beautiful! The purple yam and the one from Banana Tree are the moat tempting right now.

  • Chelsea Brady

    Ahh yes, I live for these blog posts! I’m only ever in Seoul for a day or two, and after a long train ride of sleeping and dreaming about food, I’m always on an instant hunt to satisfy my sweet tooth. Thank you for sharing! And I absolutely love the layout of your blog!

  • Donandsuji

    Now I’m hungry !! 😀 Most of them look really good.