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South Korean coffee perks
AFAR
2/18/2003

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To stay afloat amidst the competition of local cafes and teahouses, more are offering unique features in addition to the usual fare to draw in customers. Internet access, magazines, sporting equipment, and various board games are commonplace, with some cafes offering over 200 games each. Unlike a regular cafe, however, these cafes tend to ban smoking and alcoholic beverages, in efforts to create a more pleasant atmosphere. It seems to be working.

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