New Rules of Etiquette for a Changing Society
Bill Clinton once embarrassed South Korean officials by respectfully referring to the wife of President Kim Young Sam as “Mrs. Kim.” And, back in the U.S., a teacher’s thoughtful comments in red ink on her Korean students’ papers shocked and upset their families. In a lively and anecdotal style, the author addresses issues of communication (body language, classroom behavior, colors, gifts), holidays and worship, and health practices.
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