Tea, 12 Kinds of tea you can find in Korea in one handy infographic
Korean Ginger Jujubes Tea My local Korean Market sells Jujubes
An herbal remedy, yujacha is a traditional Korean tea. It's soothing and delicious, a feel-good drink for winter sickness. Here's how to make it.
Korea is a huge tea drinking country. There are so many varieties of Korean tea. The choices are infinite. I can’t go over every single one of them, but here is a list of some of my favs #ontheblog
Korean Afternoon Tea Set that includes Korean tea and assorted traditional sweets and rice cakes served in a beautiful Korean wooden box.
Gyulgang cha (귤강차): the skin of mandarin oranges is dried and cleaned, and then it is boiled in water. Serve the boiled water with honey (source)