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So these don’t include all of the types of tea you can find, but basically 12 of the most popular. Some are unique to Korea, and some are not. My personal fav? Citron and Green Tea. Citron is my personal fav when battling a cold. If you’re in Seoul, check out some of the tea houses in Insadong to get a chance to try most of these (although expensive!). Click the image for a closer look.



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4 thoughts on “12 Kinds of Tea You Can Find in Korea

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Glad you enjoyed it!

  1. cuisitive says:

    really fantastic! message me in twitter @cuisitive:disqus Would love to see if we can collaborate in some way

  2. TCK Goes Home says:

    I must say, I have tried at least 9 out 12! Thank you, Korean grandparents! ;D

    Somin // TCK Goes Home

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