The number of foreigners visiting Korea to travel, live or work has increased.
In the past 10 years this number has gone up massively due to a fascination with ALL THINGS Korean.
Things like English teaching jobs, language learning at Korean universities, and of course K-Pop, food and fashion are incredibly popular.
In this video a cameraman walks around Seoul and asks Koreans what they think about the growing influx of foreigners in their country.
Here’s a glance of what you’ll learn in this video:
- The ways that Koreans think foreigners are different from them
- How Koreans feel about foreigners attitudes towards littering
- What Koreans have learned about how foreigners act while abroad
- What Koreans say about the manners of foreigners – The Canada example
- What Koreans have learned from foreigners about the art of decision making
- How foreigners can do things alone while Koreans struggle with it.
- How foreigners greet, smile and make friends compared with Koreans – The Elevator example
- How foreigners see ideas and skills more broadly than Koreans do
- Hear about the experience Koreans have had with foreigners and in foreign countries
- What being sorry or polite means for foreigners versus Koreans – in public situations
- How foreigners act a bit differently when drinking in public versus Koreans
- Koreans versus Foreigners attitudes towards smoking
- What prejudiced Koreans have experienced from foreigners
- The differences Koreans perceive between Americans and Canadians
- What are Koreans’ thoughts on international couples
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