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Sales of brewed coffee at convenience stores on the rise in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea — More and more South Korean consumers are buying brewed coffee in local convenience stores as a cheaper option in the...

Starbucks to recycle 5,500 tons of coffee grounds this year in S. Korea

SEOUL, South Korea – Starbucks Coffee Korea Co. has announced plans to recycle more than 5,500 tons of coffee grounds with an aim to...

Blue Bottle’s first cafe in Seoul slated to open in second quarter of 2019

OAKLAND, Calif., U.S. — Blue Bottle Coffee announced today that it will open in the Seongsu neighborhood of Seoul, South Korea in the second quarter...

Selling coffee will be completely banned in South Korean schools

No more coffee in South Korean schools. Even Korean teachers will have to say goodbye to their cup of Joe at work. According to national...

South Korea announces campaign to curb use of single-use cups in coffee shops

South Korea’s Ministry of Environment has announced a campaign to curb the use of single-use cups at coffee shops. It also bans plastic bags...

Vietnamese coffee chain Cong Ca Phe opening first outlets in South Korea

Vietnamese traditional-coffee chain Cong Ca Phe is opening its first overseas outlet by the end of this month. The Hanoi-based chain has appointed a master...

Starbucks Korea fined for violating the law on personal information protection

South Korea’s communications regulator has imposed a 10 million-won fine on Starbucks Coffee Korea Co. for breaching personal information of hundreds of its customers, an official said Wednesday. The Korea Communications Commission said IDs, nicknames and mobile phone numbers of 537 people were disclosed due to a technical glitch in an upgraded version of Starbucks Coffee Korea’s mobile app. The upgraded version

Starbucks is relaunching the iconic Avocado Frappuccino in South Korea

Starbucks Korea is relaunching the Avocado Frappuccino. The blended drink, which gained much popularity for its creamy and refreshing taste, was available seasonally three...

Starbucks set to open three more Reserve Stores in South Korea

Starbucks Korea says it will expand its premium Reserve store network to meet the growing demand for specialty coffee among local consumers. The company will...

South Korean government to ban coffee products from schools

SEOUL, South Korea — Starting in mid-September, the sale of coffee products will be banned from all schools in the nation. According to the Ministry...

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