I feel like I'm stuck here a little bit. It's lovely. Don't get me wrong.
I'm working on getting a Visa for my wife so we can come work in America.
Let me list some things about Korea that are interesting or annoying depending on my mood/the quality of my last caricature, just kidding, partially.
Koreans, after they eat a meal, they get a far off look in their eye. Their tongue roams around their mouth; then they do a thing where they suck the stray bits of food out of their teeth in a way that sounds like a bug zapper.
Pedestrians don't have the right of way in the streets of Korea. Some of these are just facts without jokes, so just be aware.
Escalators. I don't know if you know this, but on an escalator, the right lane is for standing (or walking), and the left for walking.
But sometimes a person will just stand on the left side for no reason, and there will be a huge line of walkers standing behind them. I don't know what they do in the rest of the world, but in Seoul Korea, they do nothing. Maybe they meditate. Can you imagine if it was New York City! They'd be like "Hey, I'm walkin' here!"
Koreans don't cover their mouth when they cough or sneeze mostly and they don't teach their kids to as far as I can tell. They will however turn their head to avoid sneezing on the people facing them in order to sneeze on the guy behind them which was me.
Random fact #6: Korean cuisine is delicious. For example, they really know how to make fried meat. To see more mouthwatering Korean dishes, click here.
One last factoid tidbit. Koreans use a certain tone in almost every other sentence that English speaking people reserve for when they're annoyed with their younger sibling always tying their shoelaces together when their not looking.