E-commerce operator SSG.com will launch an online shop for a range of Starbucks products on Wednesday — but not coffee.
Starbucks Korea is launching its pilot delivery service at a new branch inside an Emart store at Yeoksam Station in Gangnam District, southern Seoul, next Friday.
Five months after Starbucks Korea last went viral with its camping bag campaign, the coffee franchise is back with the annual event where caffeine-loving Koreans drink a whole lot of joe to earn themselves a free diary.
Drive-up or curbside delivery is becoming ever more popular despite the end of Level 2.5 restrictions on Sunday night.
Confusion swept Korea's coffee shops following the government-imposed strict rules to slow down the spread of Covid-19.
Buffet operators are stumped and a bit insulted that their restaurants have been classed together with clubs and bars with table hopping and labeled as high risk locations for coronavirus transmission.
Starbucks Korea said Sunday it will reduce the number of seats at its branches in Seoul and Gyeonggi by 30 percent as new clusters of coronavirus infections have been found at the cafes recently.
Starbucks Korea on Thursday reported a 52 percent on-year jump in second-quarter net profit on increased non-contact orders and the opening of new outlets.
Starbucks Korea is helping middle-aged people find jobs or launch their own business with the Ministry of SMEs and Startups.