The dimly lit small store, TEACHAICHA, can look deserted at first glance. However, once past the front doors, you might find that the low lighting helps to bring out the whirlwind of scents hidden inside. Colorful tins of tea line the back wall, which is full of exotic blends and tea leaves from all around the world, including India, England, Canada, Denmark, Australia and more. The 200 or so different types of tea are selected according to taste and their unavailability in Korea. The owner tries to bring selections that are unknown here in order to raise awareness about the wide varieties of tea. In preparation for spring, TEACHAICHA will have bright floral flavors and a range of ice teas to complement the warm weather.
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 1pm–10:30pm|
|Transport:||Hansung University Station (line 4), exit 5|
|Price:||Tea from 7,000 won|