Hey everyone! If you like high quality mechanical keyboards, like myself, then there’s a store in Seoul that you absolutely have to visit. It’s called Fun Keys and I’ll post the address down below. It’s in the Yongsan Electronic District, and it’s on the fifth floor of the building, so just take the elevators or stairs up and if their door is open go right in. Their typical hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m. So let me take you through a quick tour of the store. Just keep in mind that most of the things in the store are on display. They have a small number of keyboards that you could purchase outright, but most of the things you’ll be able to try but then special order and get it delivered to your house. When you first walk in you see a lounge area where you and your friends can just sit around, and there’s free coffee and tea and candy. You are greeted by a couple of pieces of art in this store made by different keycaps. Pretty cool. The second room has all the keyboards. So what you see on the walls are displays. And what you see in the middle of the room on the tables are for sale. Each section of the wall has a different brand of keyboard. They even have a wall of classic keyboards for you to try, although I don’t think they’re necessarily for sale. There’s a computer set up so you could try out a keyboard you like and then order it directly from the store. You could type and tap away to your heart’s content on any of the keyboards on display. This guy was in the store before we got there trying out keyboards. And he was still there typing away when we left. Over here they had a bunch of different individual key caps for sale. Some of these were really artsy and kind of cost a lot. But if you’re into that thing, if you really love your keyboard, then you might be interested in buying one. The store had a decent selection of different kinds of gaming mice. The store even sold a couple of different types of gaming headsets. Funkeys also had a small selection of computer cases. The store even sold some parts for people who want to construct their own mechanical keyboard from scratch. And you could also buy a switch tester so you could find out exactly what type of a feel you like best. Overall the store was cute. Definitely for a niche audience. If you are a mechanical keyboard enthusiast with some money to spend then I recommend that you check this place out. It’s a little bit tricky to find but there are guides on the internet that will help you get there. Thanks for watching the video. If you like my content, then please be sure to subscribe. I’m going to be making a lot more videos about cool places to visit in South Korea. If you like mechanical keyboards, then leave a comment down below. What brand do you have? What type of switches do you like to use? Me, personally? I like MX blues. I like the really loud clicky clacky tactile kind of a feeling on my keyboard. So, please like the video, subscribe, and have a great day. Bye!