Fukuoka T-shirts from Seoul's Japanese-Korean cultural content cafe "Bidan Comma" are now affordable.
A T-shirt designed by a Korean creator with the image of exchange between Seoul and Fukuoka.
I'm sorry :).
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
In Japan, I'm in a bad mood.
I don't know what to do,
I'm sorry: I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, I'm sorry :).
"We are connected".
Display the longitude and latitude of Fukuoka and Seoul, create a font like flowing waves,
I put a sense of connection as a message.
Can you convey the sense of connection between Seoul and Fukuoka?
From now on, Korea and Japan,
share various cultural contents,
I'm going to continue the activities that I can share!
To whoever bought this tee shirt,
May your feelings be conveyed like magic.
A magic that makes you want to travel to Seoul ^^
비단콤마 Bidan comma
비단콤마 (Bidan comma) is a Japanese-Korean cultural content cafe that offers specialty coffee and cafe rice. Bidang comma is Korean for "not only that". We will continue to spread the goodness of Japan and Korea, such as displaying Japanese and Korean cultural content.
Address: 4F, 31-1 Sowol-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
Time: 11:30-21:30 Closed: None
The owner, Insook Bae, is a Fukuoka fanatic who even published a Fukuoka guidebook in Korea!
후쿠오카 가자 + 벳푸 유후인