The Jakarta Post
Indonesia is expanding trade opportunities in South Korea and this time, the move will excite Koreans’ taste buds.
It’s a must for Kyungjin Lee to drink coffee every day after lunch. The South Korean journalist is especially fond of coffee from Java and claims that her taste is shared by many other Koreans.
That is why she was ecstatic when she learned that the Indonesian government was planning to open a coffee shop in South Korea in the next few months. It will be located on the Bojeong-dong Café Street, Gyeong gi province, near Seoul.
“People love going to Bojeong-dong Café Street. It’s so crowded, especially on the weekends. So I think it [the café] will do well because young people are always looking for new places to hang out,” she told The Jakarta Post on Friday.
When the shop is established, visitors will get to taste Indonesia’s finest ...