According to the media, the cafe was created by Army Air Corps pilot Park Sung-Hwan and his wife, a former Army Air Corps pilot who is now retired. It is said that his wife runs the shop on weekdays and the couple runs the shop on holidays.
The giant rectangular parallelepiped that rises toward the sky has two large “lenses” as well as things like a “shutter button” and a “focus knob”. Also, the lens is a window, and you can see a superb view from there.
The cafe seems to be about 40 miles (about 64 kilometers) away from Seoul. As far as I can see in the picture, it looks like a place surrounded by nature, so the view from the window must be beautiful.
From the impactful appearance, I thought "Is it a club?" For a moment, but in fact, it feels like a natural cafe run by a couple and their daughter. Perhaps in the future this will be a "resting place" for camera lovers from all over the world.