What is the average price of a cup of coffee in South Korea?

What is the average price of a cup of coffee in South Korea?

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  1. Well the average price of a cup of coffee differs where you purchase. Cheap, moderate cafes cost like $1.5 ~ $2 for a take-out coffee. If you go to a small sized cafe shop where you can take a seat, it will probably cost around 3 dollars (EDIYA Cafe is a great place for a good quality coffee with a moderate price).
    Places like Starbucks or those famous Korean brands will cost at least $4 dollars so it is up to your preference. I personally think coffee taste is pretty much the same everywhere so every morning, I usually get take-out coffee at my neighborhood cafe shop for $2. It tastes just like Starbucks or better (But gotta choose a cafe shop that has fresh, good coffee beans)

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  2. Four bucks if you buy at Starbucks, but it varies between three and eight dollars depending on where you go. A nice little cafe will serve coffee for about two smackers. Now they may be oppressed in North Korea, but they still serve coffee in their little cafes. It’s rumored that Kim Jong Un likes caramel latte. I don’t know how much it is, though, and I wouldn’t recommend going there for coffee even if it’s free.
    Wherever you go for coffee, I recommend drinking the mild version. It’s the equivalent of rare steak. The grounds aren’t roasted as long and have more caffeine and antioxidants. Has more flavor too in my opinion.

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  3. $1.5~$5. Median(most probable) is $3. The price of Starbucks caffe latte(tall size) is $4. It is regarded as expensive price. Though in Gangnam area, people buy it freely, but in other area, it’s not common.

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