I’m going to talk about the difference of daily life between Korea and China.
The breakfast in China includes bread, egg, milk and the Chinese traditional food like DOUJIANG (豆浆)and YOUTIAO（油条）. Maybe you’ll doubt how could a “breakfast” with no rice can be a real “breakfast”. So there’s a difference between Korea and China. When I came to Korea, I found that most people have rice for breakfast, I was surprised at that time, and later my friend told me that only with rice for breakfast means real breakfast. But I’ve been staying in Korea for about three years, I still don’t eat rice for breakfast.
Another difference is the tableware. I think your bowls may be made of stainless steel, but the bowls in China is usually made of ceramic, I think the reason is the difference of culture. Then let’s talk about the spoon and the chopsticks. Like the bowl, it is made of stainless steel in Korea, but in China, chopstick is made of bamboo, and spoon is made of ceramic, stainless steel or plastic. For the reason of protecting environment, almost all Korean use tableware made of stainless steel. Another thing is that chopstick of Korea is very thin, it was difficult for me to use, so whenever I have a party with Korean friends, I usually use a spoon not the chopstick. The spoon of Korea is bigger than China’s one. Along with the popular Korean Drama, Korean Food has filtered into daily life of Chinese, the Korean Tableware has become a part of popularity in China. The teacup is also different. A cup used for drinking ptisan requires you to hold it with one hand, but in China, the cup used for drinking tea is usually a sign of culture not a tool. If you don’t understand you can see some pictures.
At dinner, Korea usually sit on the floor around a table. So when I have dinner with Korean friends, I am often the first one finishing it. Because if I sit for a long time, my legs till get painful, and it’s uncivilized to touch foot or unbend legs. So, it’s clever to finish dinner as quickly as possible.
Korean like to eat food with the taste of hot and sour, they usually have rice, ice-noodles and pickle, but very limited kinds of vegetables most of which ate light in taste. Korean like drinking beer and soju, too. But usually they prefer coffee and tea. They don’t like greasy and sweet food. Instant-noodle in Korea and in China is also different. In China, it has a grease bag but not in Korea. So, I like instant-noodles of Korea much more, because it’s not greasy but delicious.
If you want to know more about them, please come to China. Welcome to China.
유학생(留學生, foreign student) 게시판 유학생활의 고충이나 즐거움, 강의에 대한 건의사항, 자신의 모국이나 고향 소개 등 무엇이든 적을 수 있습니다.
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