- South Korean food delivery app Baemin announced on Friday that it will be launching a robot delivery service for Incheon International Airport’s Terminal 1.
- Starting June 18, flyers can have food and beverages from the airport’s many cafes, including Baskin Robbins, Paris Baguette and Dunkin’ Donuts, brought to them before boarding.
- Customers will no longer have to wait in long lines and instead can scan a QR code located on every seat at each gate.
- To start off, there will be six LG Electronics’ service robots, all named “Air-dilly,” however, the plan is to gradually increase the number of stores and robots.
- Air-dilly has two cabinets and can carry up to 17 kg (37.48 Ibs) of goods to even the airport’s farthest gate— 820 feet away from all of the cafes and bakeries.
South Korean food delivery app Baemin announced on Friday that it will be launching a robot delivery service for Incheon International Airport’s Terminal 1.
Starting June 18, flyers can have food and beverages from the airport’s many cafes, including Baskin Robbins, Paris Baguette and Dunkin’ Donuts, brought to them before boarding.
- A man caused disgust and uproar on Chinese social media after allegedly being caught putting semen into a woman’s drink.
- The incident allegedly occurred inside a laboratory at the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, a division of the state-run Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
- The revelation reportedly came after some students installed a security camera to investigate why there were “dirty things” in their cups.
- By Monday, the man was administratively detained by Shanghai police for “picking quarrels” and “provoking trouble,” according to reports.
A man caused disgust and uproar on Chinese social media after allegedly being caught putting semen into a woman’s drink.
Word about the man’s tampering began circulating on June 30 after several users posted about it online. The incident allegedly occurred inside a laboratory at the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, a division of the state-run Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
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The owner of an LA-based company has recently come under fire after claiming to have created the popular South Korean drink dalgona coffee.
A seafood retailer in Malaysia has captured the imagination of social media users after a Facebook page shared a supposed new way of eating salmon which involved dunking the fish into black coffee.
In an image posted on the Facebook page “Kia Eat Play,” someone is shown apparently dipping the salmon meat into a cup of kopi O, a type of traditional Singapore black coffee. The popular drink, which has Hainanese roots, is highly caffeinated and served with sugar instead of milk.
Whipped coffee, or Korean Dalgona coffee, has taken over our feeds by storm.
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A 30-year-old woman in eastern China who drank too much coffee was found to have bones similar to those of a person twice her age.
“Han Xiao,” an office employee from Wuhan, Hubei province recently caught flu and developed severe coughs that persisted for weeks.
Starbucks opened its largest location yet in Tokyo, Japan on Thursday.
Following branches in New York, Seattle, Milan and Shanghai, the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in the Japanese capital is the fifth of its kind, equipped with an industrial roaster that produces 750 tons of coffee per year.
A Starbucks employee in Singapore was captured on camera losing her cool after she was forced to deal with some mischievous students at a local outlet.
An Instagram video of the incident showed students from Woodlands Ring Secondary School (WRSS) joking around with an employee from Starbucks who did not find the children’s attitudes amusing.
A doughnut shop owner was splashed with hot coffee on the face after dealing with a homeless woman causing a disturbance inside her store in Canoga Park, California.
Cindy Seam-Kao, the owner of Spudnuts Donuts, can be seen in the footage captured by the store’s camera confronting the woman for making a scene over the weekend.
An Instagram-worthy cafe in South Korea, which lets customers feel like they are inside a cartoon, has impressed a lot of netizens after images of the coffee shop went viral recently.
In a bid to prevent students from consuming too much caffeine, the South Korean government is set to introduce legislation banning the sale of coffee in schools across the country.
Once the ban is implemented, students, as well as teachers on school premises, will no longer be able to buy all types of caffeinated drinks. Energy drinks and other beverages with a high amount of caffeine have previously been banned in schools.
Footage from a coffee shop in California shows a White man berating an Asian couple before loudly comparing a woman to actress Sandra Oh.
The man who uploaded the video to YouTube, who wishes to keep his identity hidden, told NextShark that he was with his girlfriend at Calistoga Roastery coffee shop last Saturday when the incident occurred with a man wearing a military hat and denim shorts.