“We would take something old and tired and common – coffee – and weave a sense of romance and community around it. We would rediscover the mystique and charm that had swirled around coffee throughout the centuries.” (Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz).
Indeed the Koreans had mixed this formula into their K-dramas. Ooh, no wonder it has a familiar taste but yet an unfamiliar twist to the flavour. It’s also how I got my passion for Korean drama fired up, not for all but a few. 😀
Here’s a coffee related romance plot with a setting from the food & beverage (F&B) industry; it’s none other than the popular 1st Shop of Coffee Prince (2007).
Yet another creatively romantic scene related to coffee from another K-drama.
I’ll not go into synopsis and etc, the usual food movie review format. If you have not seen them but keen to know, you may do a little homework via the Internet.
With that, can you smell the aromatic flavours from the brewing of the “love” for coffee or romance? 😉