It's rare to find a cafe that caters to both people and dogs. The Bau House Cafe, however, is just such a place. It's in a trendy part of South Korea's capital, Seoul. Fifteen dogs actually live at the cafe, while countless four-legged friends drop by each week.
All the dogs are friendly, and the manager says it's not just dog owners who come by; the cafe is popular with people who can't afford a dog of their own.
This is a full-service cafe, with people sipping drinks and slurping noodles. There's no dog meat on the menu, though it remains a delicacy at some Korean restaurants.
Everything in the cafe is waterproof, even the paint on the wall. Rows of toilet paper hang down a column, along with a mop and towels. The vinyl floors are spotless.
Some customers drop their dogs off for a few hours while they run errands, or for longer stays when they go on vacation.
Even a Persian cat recently made an appearance, stirring some interest but no fights. These are well-trained and well-behaved dogs who reign over the cafe.
Dogs are not only allowed into the Bau House Cafe in Seoul, they are encouraged to make themselves at home.