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[Seoul - Gangnam] Juicy Juice

Korea got on the juice trend about 2 years ago. Juicy was one of the first juice stand/shops to hit the scene.

Sometimes life gets super busy and you just can't keep fresh fruits/vegetables in your house/eat them fast, being able to find a fresh fruit juice snack for less than 3,000 KRW is just what's needed.

I don't think I've ever seen an English menu for the fruit juices, but the coffee menu and seasonal menu is available in English.

So, there are two different price points...the cheaper one is just more of the normal fruits that are available all year long.
So, for example, at this stand, there's:
초코바나나 - chocolate banana, 사과 - apple, 바나나 - banana, 홍시 - persimmon, 토마토 - tomato, 키위 - kiwi, 파인애플 - pineapple

In the more expensive price point, they sometimes mix two of the fruits, and abbreviate the name, or have more seasonal fruits or ones that are more expensive:
아보카도 - avocado, 아바 - avocado banana, 딸기 - strawberry, 자몽 - grapefruit, 자파 - grapefruit pineapple, 오렌지 - orange, 고구마 - sweet potato, 키바 - kiwi banana, 체리 - cherry, 복분자 - mountain raspberry wine, 청포도 - green grape, 딸바 - strawberry banana, 아아이베리바나나/아빠 - acai berry banana, 오파 - orange pineapple, 블루베리 - blueberry, 망고 - mango, 망바 - mango banana, 사과+당근 - apple carrot, 사과+케일 - apple kale,  토마토+양배추 - tomato cabbage, 땅콩바나나 - peanut banana, and yogurt juice - strawberry, banana, and blueberry flavor options.

I prefer Juicy to a lot of the other juice chains because you can request what percentage of sugar you want.

I was particularly happy this day because they had introduced a kale I got the Apple Kale juice.

I sometimes stop by Juicy on my way to work in the morning if I want something a little more than just a Nespresso capsule. The coffees are SUPER cheap and they're generally pretty decent, however not very strong...but comparing the price for the drink at Juicy versus a very similar strength one at like Twosome for 2x the price, for example, I am okay with that.

I really recommend the Royal Milk Tea Latte.

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