If you can imagine Andy Warhol with a Korean Popstar, this Seoul Yummy restaurant will make complete sense to you.
We transformed this concept into a space that has a mixture of elements from Korea’s traditional architecture such as the wooden weaved doors, street floor tiles and traditional Hanbok costume colorful fabrics and combining with various Popart fixtures and accessories.
The traditional elements give authenticity while creating relevant spatial experience. The bright and popart fixtures provide a shoutout and vibrant ambience showcasing the essence of Kpop showbiz.
The planning concept comprises of a more private seating space enclosing the communal seating with structural metal strips that are brightly lit representing a “staged” showcase. The Kpop Popart prints lined the 2 main spaces acting as visual barriers.