Yoon Jae-jung, 54, who runs an internet cafe in Eunpyeong District, northern Seoul, is not entirely happy with the government’s lifting of the Level 2.5 social distancing guidelines for the greater Seoul area.
Visitors play online games at an internet cafe in Seongdong District, eastern Seoul, on Monday afternoon.
A growing number of companies are rolling out delivery services to reach a wider range of customers that continue to avoid crowded locations as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
The Korea Foodservice Industry Association urged the government to implement measures to revive the industry, saying its very survival is at stake.
Confusion swept Korea's coffee shops following the government-imposed strict rules to slow down the spread of Covid-19.
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.
To most people, honey is just honey. It is a sweet, sticky liquid that we sometimes drink with water or spread on a piece of toast.
For Fritz Coffee, a brand easily recognizable with its retro-style logo, simply offering their hand-selected brews at shops was not enough. While it has only three branches, its coffee is much more widespread, as cafes source beans from it.