The blast in pooch cordial bistros and city spaces indicates not only an adjustment in how Koreans associate with their pets yet a move by they way they are living.
Seoul, a cutting edge megalopolis of more than 10 million individuals, appears an improbable place for a puppy to flourish – space is a product, loft living is the standard and patio gardens are an irregularity. Lately, be that as it may, the pattern of pet proprietorship has limited onto the scene like an intemperate puppy and for a canine, Seoul is an awesome goal.
Jung Woo-sung, CEO of the Wal’z and Joypia Dog Cafe in Seoul’s well-off Gangnam area, has a great deal of involvement with excessive puppies. His extensive, open-design bistro is overflowing with little yet unruly mutts that excitedly welcome each individual through the entryway. In South Korea, canine bistros, for example, Jung’s are quickly picking up notoriety.
“There are a considerable measure of single-individual family units, and these individuals frequently get a pet for brotherhood.” Jung Woo-sung, CEO of the Wal’z and Joypia Dog Cafe
Jung is devoted to guaranteeing his bistro gives a space to puppies to create social aptitudes to wind up noticeably agreeable in a scope of circumstances. Quite recently, be that as it may, states of mind towards canines were altogether different. “Previously, if individuals kept mutts they didn’t feel that they should have been mingled. They kept them with the goal that they would bark if individuals went to their home,” says Jung. “A great deal of Koreans considered mutts to be simply one more creature, similar to pigs or chickens, and they didn’t treat puppies contrastingly But, this is evolving.”