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NKespre175.jpgNearly 65 percent of its population suffers from severe food insecurity, but upper-class folks in North Korea's capital of Pyongyang are indulging in a new crop of Western-style coffee shops. The Observers reports that one cafe charges about $3.50 US for a cup of pour-over coffee; the shop also serves espresso, waffles, and "Coca-Cola imported from China." [The Observers via @coolculinaria]

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