Busan has a ton of Western-style coffee shops but for a taste of traditional Korean tea culture, head to Poong-Kyung. Traditionally dressed servers, with all of the poise that the costume deserves, whisk up cups of mulcha (powdered green tea) tableside—keep in mind that a cup should be drunk in three sips. Yu-cha (citrus tea) is also refreshing. A more modern alternative would be a sweet pumpkin latte and, for the less adventurous, black coffee.
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