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#Halal #Vegan Desserts in Seoul

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‘Consumption Value’n.


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the tendency to consume by cost and satisfaction without giving up personal values 


Halal Dessert

The concept of consumption value can be found in many different places. By typing in hashtag keywords like #halal, #vegetarian, or #vegan on social media, it's clear that there's a rising trend and interest in reducing meat consumption for reasons like personal belief, environmental and health concerns. Although a fairly new concept in Korea, many Koreans have fallen in love with halal food in Seoul. Let us introduce some of the places to go for some sweet vegan or halal desserts!



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Kervan BakeryKervan Bakery 
Throughout history, there has been nothing else like food to break boundaries between people of different background and culture. Kervan Bakery is a bakery specializing in Turkish desserts, a type of food rarely found in Korea. Although they don’t have a written Korean menu, the staff speaks Korean fluently, allowing visitors to easily order their food. Every dessert sold in this store is halal-certified. Using only halal-certified ingredients in its food, Muslim visitors or customers with dietary restriction can enjoy these desserts without a worry. Visitors are highly recommended to try out their Turkish Delight (Lokum) and 40-layered honey Baklava.

· Address 204 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
· Phone +82-2-790-5585
· Hours Mon - Fri 9:00 - 24:00 | Sat · Sun 9:00 - 1:00
· Website http://www.turkishbakery.co.kr/



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Yummy YomilYummy Yomil
Following their philosophy to exclude the following 8 ingredients – egg, milk, butter, GMO, sugar, preservatives, flour, and additives – Yummy Yomil is a vegan bakery selling healthy bread. Using all-natural ingredients and vegan bread, their most popular menu is their plant-based burger. For those looking to try some healthy meat-free burgers, we highly recommend visiting Yummy Yomil.

· Address 6-5 Yanghwa-ro 7-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
· Hours 8:00 – 21:00 (Closed Monday)
· Website http://instagram.com/yummyyomil



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Ooh BreadoOoh Breado
Leaving out common allergen like egg, milk, and butter, Ooh Breado makes their bread using healthy ingredients like rice, brown rice, and organic flour. Maybe it’s due to this, but many customers have praised their food for their easy digestion. Even if you’re not a vegan or vegetarian, it’s a great place to visit for some healthy and delicious desserts.

· Address 79 World Cup-ro 13-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
· Phone +82-70-8872-0509
· Hours 
10:30 - 21:00 (Closed Monday)



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THE RAW by twinsTHE RAW by twins
THE RAW by twins are popular for their no-bake doughnuts and fruit granola bowls made with raw ingredients like grain, fruit, and vegetables. Because of how their vegan doughnuts are made using a dehydrating method, they’re compact and quite filling for a piece.

· Address B1, 6 Poeun-ro 2ga-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
· Phone +82-70-8866-0986
· Hours 11:30 – 19:00 (Closed Monday·Tuesday)
· Website https://www.instagram.com/theraw_bytwins/



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Haemil BakeryHaemil Bakery
Upon entering the store, visitors will find themselves contemplating what they should eat as they eye the wide range of bread menu displayed before them. The store offers a great variety of baked goods - ciabatta, cookie, scone, pizza bread - made without dairy, allowing customers with allergies and health concerns to eat without worry.

· Address 101 Donggyo-ro 19-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
· Phone +82-70-7655-0723
· Hours Weekday 9:00 – 20:30 | Weekend·Holiday 9:30 – 20:00
· Website https://www.instagram.com/haemilbakery/