The building “Seoul Square” across from Seoul Station can be considered a representative landmark symbolizing Seoul Station. In the past, it was called the “Daewoo Building” under the name “Daewoo Center Building,” but due to the 1997 financial crisis, it was sold to. Morgan Stanley as part of the dissolution of the Daewoo Group.
Morgan Stanley attempted to remodel the Daewoo Building into a glass palace, but due to building regulations, they were only able to perform interior repairs, and it was reopened as Seoul Square.
“The location where the Korean drama ‘Misaeng’ was filmed”
It appears in the TVN drama “Misaeng” as the headquarters of the fictional company “One International.” As the model for One International in the drama was “Daewoo International (now POSCO International)” at the time, Seoul Square naturally became the backdrop.
“Seoul Square Cafe: Pascucci”
Given the considerable size of Seoul Square, you can find cafes throughout the building. Pascucci is a cafe located in the northwest corner of the building and stands out, especially within the Seoul Square building.
It’s a cafe of considerable size to match the scale of the Seoul Square building, and the high ceiling creates a refreshing atmosphere.
The interior design is also clean and sophisticated, making it a great place to spend leisure time near Seoul Station or for business meetings. One of the biggest advantages is that Seoul Square is connected to the subway station, making it easily accessible.
“Seoul Station, Seoul Square Cafe Pascucci Centro Seoul Branch”
- Address: 1F, 416 Hangang-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul
- Phone number: 02-6456-8959
- Operating hours: (Mon-Fri) 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM, (Sat-Sun, Holidays) 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM