The AIM-listed media company said the café would be a permanent venue featuring LEGO animals such as a leopard, a lion cub, two macaws and the fan-favourite Feed the Frog game.
As well as the models, the café will also feature BRICKLIVE's top attractions, including a brick pit, an interactive graffiti wall and racetracks.
The Design Plaza is located in the Dongdaemun district of Seoul and is South Korea’s largest fashion district and a popular tourist destination.
The group added that it was also working with Hino, a food celebrity in the country who is well known for designing, creating and launching brands and restaurants around Korea and the far east.
David Ciclitira, executive chairman at Live Company, said: "Having signed the contract for the launch of 100 Kids' Cafés by 2022 across China, we are delighted to launch the first BRICKLIVE Kids' Café in Korea, marking a new license strand for the Brick Live Group.
He added: “As Korea's presence on the global stage grows, we are excited to be working with Hino at launch to help amplify the BRICKLIVE brand among new audiences and current fans. To be able to help the BRICKLIVE brand grow with a permanent presence in the spectacular DDP is an opportunity we are looking forward to seeing develop."