English-speaking BoardGamers and Roleplayers of Seoul
Welcome to our weekly meetups at Joey's Dice Latte (directions at the bottom). Here are things to know:
* it has a good selection of games (and no fee for using them). But you are welcome to bring your own games, too! In case you wonder what we play: go to https://boardgamegeek... and browse some entries in "The Hotness" for a good idea. Yes, we teach games and welcome newcomers! We occasionally do play MtG and miniature wargames (X-Wing, etc.), through it is not that common. Don't expect chess or scrabble (but we can probably put you in touch with those who like them!). There are some RPG groups that meet at the cafe, too, though this happens on Wednsdays.
* English-speaking staff (owner is an expat)
* it opens 11 am. Most people arrive from about noon-ish. If you arrive mid-day or in the evening, you should be able to join a game, but in the worst case, you may have to wait an hour or so for them to finish. We finish around 10-11pm, but you can leave whenever. It's a free world :)*Dice Late is a board game cafe and as such charges per time spent there. The prices are more or less in-line with other Korean game cafes. Dice Latte charges (currently, may change): 1 drink per 1h/6k per 4h/6k+drink per 6h/10k per entire day. Do get a drink stamp card :)
*Food! Good food! (Western stale). Chilli, burritoes... beer! (Imported!)
Directions: Dice Latte is located 2 minutes from Hoegi Station (Line 1 / Jungang Line).
Here's how to get to the cafe:
-Go out exit 1 at Hoegi Station
-Cross the street and turn left.
-Walk until you come to a crosswalk at a major intersection.
-You will see the "Dice Latte" standing poster and signs (on the windows), as well as yellow "New Bee" sign across the street (just slightly to your right).
-Go to the 3rd floor of that building and you're there!
The cafe has an English-friendly Facebook page at https://www.facebook....
Seoul - Korea (South)
Saturday, November 12 at 12:30 PM