LAM DONG – Studio attracts visitors to take pictures with decorated rooms in a blend of Korean, Japanese, and Taiwanese styles.
Yooberi is a studio that sells tickets and imported drinks, on Trinh Hoai Duc Street, 3 km from the center of Dalat. From here, visitors can go to cafes not far away such as Big Apricot Coffee Shop, Coffee Lamp Valley … Photo: Dang Phu Cuong.
The owner of the studio is Tran Khoa – Luong Trang, living in Ho Chi Minh City. Loving Dalat, the two have moved here to live and build a studio, with a youthful shooting space, with new colors mixed between Korea, Taiwan, Japan … for young people. Photo: Duc An.
Built on an area of about 1,400 m2, the location is divided into 3 zones. The space inside is pastel colored with drawings and decorations such as clouds and peaches. Outside the street has a Korean direction and the grass behind is breathless from Jeju Island. Most of them decorated simple objects such as tables, chairs, murals … Photo: Duc An.
The front is designed in the model of a bus stop with waiting seats, road markings and signs … Wearing the dominant green-orange tone, this place attracts visitors to even though the door has been opened less than one. month. Photo: Duc An.
Dao is the overall image that visitors can see most here, from the walls, pictures to the drinks. My Xo, living in Da Lat shared: “Decor shop with eye-catching color combinations, many beautiful photo angles. Reasonable price, cute staff. I grade 10/10”. Photo: US Xo.
The backyard corner of the house is planted with grass and typical flowers of Da Lat such as flower berries, acacia, poppies …
In addition to a photo-taking service, it also serves imported bottled beverages and snacks, imported from Korea and Thailand. Photo: Han Ky Mai.
The space is stylized by “cotton” clouds hanging from the white sofa.
Drink package with photo is 90,000 VND per person including a drink, highly appreciated by many guests compared to the general premises. The studio representative said that the destination will always update the existing check-in corners, which may completely change twice a year so that visitors always have a worthy experience. Photo: Dang Phu Cuong.