Located next to one of Goseong’s most unique and ancient attractions, Muhak Station Café is a nice place to enjoy good coffee and friendly neighbors.
Muhak Station still feels like it “just opened”, but it opened in the fall of 2021 right next to the Songhak-dong tombs, the ancient burial mounds of kings from the Sogaya Kingdom that existed from AD 42 to AD 562.
These ancient burial mounds are the site of most festivals held in Goseong year-round. The Goseong Museum is also located here at the burial mounds. People come here year-round for all kinds of activities.
This is one of the cafés that hires some elderly folks. And they were so nice to all of us. I believe every time I came here with Noah, they gave Noah something like figs or sweet potato or orange.
As famous as this area is, there are still crop fields on the one side of the burial mounds, while Muhak Station Café and a village is on the other side. The walls are painted nicely with various characters and illustrations, so strolling through some of the villages can be refreshing too.
The coffee here is quite good, making my selection of “favorite coffee” places among all Goseong Cafés.
Muhak Station Café and the Songhakdong burial mounds are right in the town center of Goseong, and actually just a few minutes’ walk from the Goseong Bus Terminal.
So fortunately, this area is very accessible even without a car!