26 Feb '12, 1pm
สถานที่จัดงานวันเกิด CL วันนี้คือที่ร้าน MK2 Cafe ค่ะ / MK2 Cafe, A place where they celebrate b'day party
Keep in mind we’re mainly talking about the capital, Seoul. But I think it’s that cafe culture has taken off in Korea–in some parts of Seoul you’ll have easily 20-30+ cafes of one type or another within walking distance of each other (though most are serving commodity coffee or badly roasted coffee). I think it’s also fairly respectable to run a specialty cafe and be a barista, there’re also a lot of people looking abroad and trying to push quality levels to world class levels (and I think Korea has a good number of world-class cafes and roasters). I can’t speak to China’s coffee scene, but it’s probably a matter of cost, demand, differing levels of development? Koreans are quite wealthy, comparatively, and there’s a huge market to sustain the coffee business here. If you get any insight, please share – it’s an interesting perspective from which to analyze development, cul...