Any Photos of coffee cafe in Korea

Smelly

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Hi Everyone,

Me new in this forum. Not sure has anyone notice about the coffee cafes in korea, they seem to have very nice ambience.

I have not been to korea but saw the cafes mostly on their drama series, therefore I am not sure whether is it true that their coffee cafes are that nice as whatI have seen in the show.

Anyone out there have anything to share with me on this?

I am interested in setting one, therefore I need as much informations as possible. I do welcome others suggestion too.

Hope to hear from someone soon.

:wink: SMelly
 

Habilus

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I have been to a few cafe's in China. They do have an elegant ambience, with classic interior decor. The coffee is served with good presentation and hints at ceremony. The skills of the barista can vary widely, and the espresso is served strait with sugar and real cream on the side. One place used what I believe was sweetened condensed milk. That was a poor choice.

I'd like to open a cafe there, but the comute was too daunting.
 
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Smelly

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Habilus said:
I have been to a few cafe's in China. They do have an elegant ambience, with classic interior decor. The coffee is served with good presentation and hints at ceremony. The skills of the barista can vary widely, and the espresso is served strait with sugar and real cream on the side. One place used what I believe was sweetened condensed milk. That was a poor choice.

I'd like to open a cafe there, but the comute was too daunting.

Hi Habilus,

Thanks for ur feedback. I guess people in China will be more specialised in chinese tea, when it come to that, they shld b the expertise.

Those cafe that i mentioned in korean drama, they have wonderful big sofa, although it takes up alot of space but it is the comfortability that what people wants.

Different patterns of the sofa suits different level of people going there for different purposes.

Not sure what u saw in china are the same as what I have described.

Drinking coffee is an art to appreciates it n everyone has its own way of drinking n appreciaitng it.

Nice getting to know u. Btw, u dun mind telling me where are u from?

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Habilus

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Hi Smelly,

Sorry I've taken a while to reply. Life has been hectic lately. It's nice to meet you as well. I've not seen the Korean shows you've described, although I've seen several Korean movies in-flight.

The setting you've described sounds alluring and comfortable. I can imagine locations that would suit this decor nicely.

The Chinese coffee bar's I've visited, are currently more reminiscent of the traditional Itialian coffee bar. They can get as stuffy and formal as you like since the main clientel are the more affluent.

I live in Portland Oregon USA.

Take care,
Hab
 
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Smelly

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Habilus said:
Hi Smelly,

Sorry I've taken a while to reply. Life has been hectic lately. It's nice to meet you as well. I've not seen the Korean shows you've described, although I've seen several Korean movies in-flight.

The setting you've described sounds alluring and comfortable. I can imagine locations that would suit this decor nicely.

The Chinese coffee bar's I've visited, are currently more reminiscent of the traditional Itialian coffee bar. They can get as stuffy and formal as you like since the main clientel are the more affluent.

I live in Portland Oregon USA.

Take care,
Hab

Hi Hab

Thanks for replying. It is alrite, life is always that hectic, tat's y we need these coffee cafe or a cup of nice coffee to relax down.

U normally won't get to c the coffee cafes in korean movies, u will get to c more on their drama.

Okie u take care n do drop me msg when u r fee.

Smelly.
 
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