An Interpreter From Russia Told About Life In South Korea, And This Country Is Beyond Understanding
An interpreter from Russia, Ada Kwon, married a local man and moved to South Korea. The woman teaches English to children and she shares her own impressions about life in this country. Many South Korean traditions and habits seem quite strange to us. Here, men use stickers on their nipples and shave their legs, and the young generation doesn’t even know who Harry Potter is. During weddings, they open the envelopes and find out who gave money and how much.