Korean Tea Time is offered once a week during the semester for Korean language students to help them practice Korean while tasting a variety of Korean tea. It provides a cultural space where students learn about various kinds of Korean tea and their health benefits. Some of the popular tea are Maehwa-cha, Asian plum flower tea which relieves neurotic sensitivity and Bori-cha, Roasted barley tea that helps digestion. During the Tea Time, students often discuss wide range of topics on Korean culture and language.

Korean Tea Time for Spring 2024 - We will meet every *Wednesday, 2:10 - 2:55 p.m., in the Herter Hall 5th floor lobby. 

*excluding holidays

A professor sits at a table full of snacks and tea with five students.

For more information, contact Professor Chan Young Park, Korean Studies Director