Korean history and geography have produced a unique culture.
This is usually a positive influence but there can be a downside. From the
perspective of the non-Korean good ¡®soft¡¯ skills are of great importance
to managing in Korea as well as vital in navigating day-to-day activity in personal lives.
Korea has a distinctive culture and being a good guest (as well as being effective in business)
requires awareness of etiquette and behaving appropriately.
Our partners can help with:
Basic Cultural Statistics (geography, history, dominant philosophy)
Language (key phrases, sources of materials & classes to learn Korean)
Social 'dos & don'ts'
Understanding the Environment
Family Survival and Integration into the Community