The cafe is famous for the views provided by its large windows and also its unique interior design.
However, this interior design has got one person into a bit of trouble.
Posting on a Jeju Island community board, the visitor to the cafe claimed that while trying to get a photo of the view from the cafe, they accidentally bumped into the chandelier and a part of it broke off.
They went on to say that they took the broken part of the chandelier to a staff member who shouted at them for breaking the chandelier.
After this, the person claimed that while the cafe agreed to replace the broken parts themselves, they charged the person who broke the chandelier the repair costs of around 300,000 to 500,000 won (265-443 USD).
While some people on the internet have said that the cafe visitor should be thanking G-Dragon for only making him pay the repair fee, others questioned the wisdom of having such an expensive item hung so low in the cafe.
Others have pointed out that the area under the chandelier is filled with sand and that the area is roped off. This makes it difficult to touch the chandelier
The chandelier itself is a limited edition product by French Designer Philippe Starck. There are only 50 of these products in the world!
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