“Ediya Coffee will open an Ediya Coffee store in Guam, the U.S. autonomous territory, in December this year,” said Chairman Moon Chang-ki on Aug. 23. This is the company’s first overseas store. Ediya currently operates about 3,000 coffee shops in Korea.
Chairman Moon said, “We will make it possible to taste Ediya Coffee anywhere in the world through Dream Factory, its own production base established in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province 2020.
Meeting with reporters at Ediya Dream Factory, he said, "The Guam store has not been able to confirm the opening date due to a lack of electricity and other facilities, but it will open within December. The interior of the store is finished."
Introducing the Dream Factory as "the cradle of Ediya's dream," Chairman Moon said, "We built a production facility on a 4,000 pyeong (13,223㎡) site for the dream of allowing people to taste Ediya coffee wherever they go around the world."
He also said that the company purchased an additional 4,000 pyeong of land near the plant and now has a production base of 8,000 pyeong (26,446 square meters).
Chairman Moon said, "The Taegeukgi (the Korean national flag) is hung in front of the Dream Factory. I will try until the day comes when everyone in the world can enjoy our Korean coffee."
Dream Factory, which Ediya Coffee first unveiled on the same day, is a production base established in 2020 at a cost of about 40 billion won.