If you’re traveling to Korea or are newly living in Korea, you’re most likely going to want to go to a Korean restaurant in Korea. But even a simple thing like asking for the check can make your servers chuckle. Make sure you don’t look like a fool by following this guide on how to eat Korean food like a local!
Whether you like it or not you'll be using money pretty much everyday in Korea. And since cash rules, you should know the basic Korean etiquette and manners regarding money. Read this to make sure you avoid being rude in Korea!
You know how holding the door open for someone isn't a rule, but is something nice you can do? Well just like holding the door open, we've found a few extra things you can do when eating. And by the end of your meal, you'll be impressing with these Korean etiquette extras!
Just like many Asian countries, bowing is a big part of greetings in Korea. It's a way to show respect, say hi, thank you, and bye. So if you're not sure how or when you should bow, watch this video to find out about bowing in Korea!
Koreans like to stuff and stuff themselves with food when they're with special guests. And that means food, cakes, coffee, fruit and probably round 2 after that. That's a lot of food. So here's a quick tip to let you know how you can be extra polite!