Starbucks opens largest store in Korea, to have Teavana Bar and drive-thru in it

The store will bring together the coffee shop chain's Reserve, a brand focused on freshly roasted single-origin coffees and tea with its specialized Teavana Bar and drive-thru.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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Starbucks opened largest store in Korea on Friday at Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi.

The coffee chain is focusing on incorporating its wide variety of store formats into the new location, shared a report.

Spread across 1203 sqmt, the store is located near the Namhan river in the city.

The store will bring together the coffee shop chain's Reserve, a brand focused on freshly roasted single-origin coffees and tea with its specialized Teavana Bar and drive-thru.

This is the first time for a Korean Starbucks store to offer all three programs. 

The three-story building is designed with glass walls.The first floor will be primarily used as a pick-up place for drive thru users, with the second floor dedicated to serving Reserve and Teavana bars. 

Whereas, the third floor will own a rooftop space and rooms for staff. 

Starbucks is also planning to invite local artists to hold musical performances on the rooftop.

Between the second and third floors is a space where customers can enjoy desserts and non-coffee drinks. 

The coffee-chain operates around 1,430 stores in Korea.

 

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