Last November in Seoul, as my friends and I strolled around Insadong, we discovered a cafe with quite an unusual concept. We thought it was a little weird and confusing to say the least but then, you cannot simply judge a cafe from the outside,
Subspace Coffee House, one of the oldest K-Pop-themed coffee shop in Manila, closed its doors on October 9.
In a sudden announcement posted on the same day, Subspace shared on Twitter that they are finally "closing its doors" after seven years.
The announcement caught many fans off-guard.
When we heard that there’s an Internet café in Manila that provides 200 Mbps speed, we didn’t believe it at first. After all, Manila (and the Philippines, for that matter) and fast Internet speed usually don’t go together
But it does exist! Tucked in the streets
Ortigas has always been known as a bustling business center with popular cafes and restaurants dotting almost each of its streets. But still, there are a lot of new things to discover in this growing district and to KStreetManila’s delight, we just found a not-so-secret