Starbucks phased out single-use cups in few Seoul branches, but the green initiative left customers muddled and miffed as they found themselves struggling with messy cups and a diabolical return system and wondering whether it will do any good at all
Starbucks Korea will hire 1,600 more people and restructure its salaries by the end of this year after baristas threw down their aprons earlier this month to protest overwork and understaffing. The company said Sunday it will start hiring ...
Starbucks baristas pose for a photo after planting plants at a 300-pyeong space in Seoul Forest. The company held an event in April, promising to create a garden and forest area of 1 pyeong for every 10 photos posted with the hashtag #CupATree.
On a rainy day a few years ago, a colleague took off the disposable plastic umbrella cover, shook it and put it in her pocket to reuse it later. As I was impressed by the action to protect the environment, I started...
On a rainy day a few years ago, a colleague took off the disposable plastic umbrella cover, shook it and put it in her pocket to reuse it later. As I was impressed by the action to protect the environment, I started to do the...
A truck with a sign that reads “We want to make coffee everyday, not run marketing events throughout the entire year” is parked on a street near Gangnam station in southern Seoul on Thursday.
Starbucks baristas are planning to protest on Thursday and Friday after a series of promotional events left employees overworked and coffee shops understaffed.
Long lines formed at Starbucks stores nationwide as fans of the franchise and professional premium traders sought to get their hands on a limited-edition reusable cup being given away.
Cafes and restaurants are introducing vegan options as an increasing number of people prefer a plant-based diet.
Starbucks Korea and Naver announced Thursday they signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together online and off, even venturing into the metaverse.