Uyu Changgo's milk ice cream in Korea a treat

Photos by ChiHon Kim
Photos by ChiHon Kim

Uyu Changgo's milk ice cream in Korea a treat

by ChiHon Kim
Stripes Korea

If you plan to drive down to Boryeong, Uyu changgo is a great pit stop to check out on your way to Daecheon Beach. You’ll find this café and dairy farm about a 1.5-hour drive from Camp Humphreys. Here, the dairy cattle wander freely on 810 acres of land.

Uyu changgo can be translated to “milk storage room,” but you’ll realize that this place is far from a rustic dairy barn. This milk-carton-shaped giant building is a dairy outlet featuring organic items.

I ordered their signiture milk ice cream for 3,800 won and roll cake with yogurt filling for 6,500 won. The milk ice cream was simple and delicious. They also offer a milk and chocolate swirl cone for 4,100 won.

The roll cake with gooey and sweet yogurt was really satisfying. Inside the café, you can also pick up merchandise like coffee mugs and other items.

The great thing about this farm is that there are many Instagram-worthy spots. There’s also a small petting zoo area where kids can interact with calves, rabbits and goats.

Uyu Changgo (Café and dairy farm)

Address: 216, Haman-ri, Cheonbuk-myeon, Boryeong-si, Chungcheongnam-do 보령우유창고
Hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Open year-round

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