LOOK: This New Aesthetic Korean Café in QC Hires PWDs as Their Staff

All their PWD baristas and staff are trained in their own Barista Academy!
by | August 11, 2021

Why are Korean cafes so aesthetic? We’re obsessed. From a place to live out our K-drama main character dreams to taking insta-worthy photos, we simply can’t get enough of them! A new one recently opened in Quezon City and it’s worth adding to your K-café list:



Nestled along Timog Avenue, Hisbeans isn’t just your typical Korean-inspired café. They’re actually a Korean-owned establishment with several branches across South Korea. Their Manila location is their first international branch. So if you’re looking for an authentic experience, they’re a must-visit (when quarantine restrictions loosen up)!

Aside from their aromatic Arabica coffee and extensive menu, what makes Hisbeans extra special is their vision to serve world-changing coffee. The team behind the café dreams of a world where the disabled become experts and work happily together; all their staff and baristas are trained Persons with Disabilities, even in their South Korean locations. They have a coffee school, HISBEANS Barista Academy, where non-PWDs can also enroll and acquire certifications.

A trip to Hisbeans Coffee isn’t complete without taking photos for the gram, of course. Boasting an industrial design with wooden accents, you won’t be able to keep yourself from filling up your camera roll with photos!

They also have a strategically placed photo spot near the cashier – who doesn’t love mirror selfies with an aesthetic background?


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HISBEANS Coffee is located at 116 Timog Avenue, Brgy. Sacred Heart, Quezon City.


The café is temporarily closed due to the ongoing ECQ. For updates on their re-opening, follow their Facebook and Instagram accounts.


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When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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