Starbucks to hold lectures on culture at Deoksu PalaceStarbucks Korea said yesterday that it is organizing a series of cultural lectures at Deoksu Palace along with the Cultural Heritage Administration. According to the Seattle-based coffee chain, four lectures will be held starting tomorrow at Jeonggwanheon, the oldest modern-style building in the palace, where King Gojong is thought to have enjoyed cups of coffee.
Lectures will also be held on May 21, May 28 and June 11. Starbucks will provide free coffee at the events, which have been held biannually since 2009.
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