[Seoul’s best coffee shops] Camouflage; 카모플라쥬

A cafe with a raw feel that has created a space for customers to feel like they are at home. To feel like they belong. Welcome to Camouflage.

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[Gyeonggi’s best coffee shops] Lilac House; 라일락그집

Lilac House is a family’s collection of dreams coming together. With its lovely atmosphere, delicious food, and great coffee – you’ll find yourself making beautiful memories here.

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[Seoul’s best coffee shops] PONT Coffee; 폰트커피

PONT opened to the public a little over two months ago, and has already been garnering the interest and praise of many. Let me introduce you to it!

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[Seoul’s best coffee shops] Namusairo; 나무사이로

Welcome to Namusairo! A cafe that introduces to many the different sides and charms of coffee, and shows what “quality coffee” really means.

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[Seoul’s best coffee shops] Onion – Anguk branch

Welcome to Onion! A beautiful coffee shop that blends the traditional with the modern, provides soul-warming drinks, and gives you so many pastries to choose from that you won’t know what to do with yourself.

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Learning about Turkish çay and Kahvesi

Turkey has a lot of culture built around making and drinking tea (çay/chai) and coffee (Türk kahvesi), making these beverages both an integral part of Turkish daily life. So what should you know about these two great drinks?

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CPA; day 0

For those who were hoping for another Europe post right now… Currently I’m in Victoria for a psychology conference (CPA) and I wanted to document it as it occurred. At this very moment, as I write this blog post, I’m sitting in a small coffee shop that I just discovered called Pour (at least, I think…

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