It might look like an optical illusion.
But this is a real life cafe in South Korea cleverly designed to give customers the distinct impression that they're inside a cartoon.
Cafe Yeonnam-dong in Seoul opened last year and everything inside from the decor to the furniture and crockery have a striped black-and-white cartoonish aesthetic.
The small, yet cosy, cafe is said to have taken inspiration from the Korean TV hit W - Two Worlds, where the main characters can enter a fantasy webtoon world. Owner Eunjin Lee told MailOnline Travel: 'We created the cafe because there was nothing like it in Korea, or even the world. We tried to make a very unique concept. That is why we chose this style.' The cafe is especially popular with young people eager to give their Instagram feeds a cartoon upgrade.
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In the caption for this Instagram picture, 'p.o.ok' wrote about how the cafe felt like she was living in a '2D world'
Everything inside the cafe from the decor to the furniture and crockery has a wacky cartoon aesthetic
The small, yet cosy, cafe is said to have taken inspiration from the Korean TV hit W - Two Worlds - a webtoon
Another mind-boggling shot showing the outside area of the cafe, which keeps the cartoon-like theme going
Peering into the rabbit hole: The entrance to Cafe Yeonnam-dong in Seoul from the street. It's a big draw