BTOB’s Eunkwang opens new cafe +82 in Singapore

Looking for a café where you can sit down for a cup of coffee to spend your Saturday afternoon? Or just enjoy some snacks in the evening with friends with a casual chit-chat session? We’ve got you covered!

The “PLUSEIGHTTWO” café, the brainchild of BTOB’s member, Seo Eun-Kwang, or more commonly known as, Eun Kwang, alongside with two of his best friends, Kwak Keon-hee and Joey Tan.

This café interior is styled in a minimalistic manner, with a small merchandise booth right beside the counter for patrons to get a chance to buy their exclusive merchandise while waiting for their beverages or snacks to be ready.
Fans have gathered there too, in hopes to catch a glimpse of this K-pop star both on Saturday and Sunday, when he went down to his café to mend the business and help out in the operations.  

Our team went down to “PLUSEIGHTTWO” on the 21st January, Sunday to find out more about the café concept. The staff there are amicable and friendly, and are rather efficient too and therefore just saying that the café is merely good would come as a huge understatement. We’ve got the Green Tea Latte, Vanilla Latte and the Chocolate Latte (from left to right). 

So, what are you waiting for? Hurry and head down to “PLUSEIGHTTWO” and let the numerous congratulatory bouquet of flowers at the doorway welcome you as you make your way in. Images are courtesy of BTOB SingaporeSeo Eun Kwang dot Com and EunKwang’s Hong Kong fansite.


Words: Avier Tan / Julia Tay / Karine Tan
Photos: Avier Tan / Julia Tay

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