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South Korean Schools Banning Coffee

Richard Bradbury | Christine Wong | Jeff Sandhu

30-Aug-18 12:45

South Korean Schools Banning Coffee

South Korea is planning to ban all coffee products in primary and secondary schools by the 14th of September. This follows media reports of students consuming coffee to keep up with the high expectations of studying to the point of suffering from heart palpitations.



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