Nia S. Amira
Traveling to Korea (read: South Korea) will give you lots of memory, especially to those who are food & beverages lovers. Some of you perÂhaps have tried Korean food, but I believe, only few who have tasted Korean Corn tea.
Korean Arts & Culture had been developing and even now Korea is worldwide known with its K-Pop booming,the people still keep and respect their tradition in good way, like respect to their traditional gasÂtronomy.
When you have the opportunity to visit one of the Villages in South Korea, you will meet local farmer living in the mountain, outskirt of Seoul, the capital.
The local farmers like most famers in Indonesia, they are very friendly and usually welcome you with tea and if you are their speÂcial guest, they will serve you with particular drink called Oksusu cha or Corn Tea. This tea can be served hot or cold depending on the condiÂtion of the weather.