A to Z Quick Chat 72 | Life in Korea vs. Life in the USA

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In this episode, Jack talks about the differences between living in South Korea and living in the United States. We talk about life in both countries and discuss some interesting differences.

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4 thoughts on “A to Z Quick Chat 72 | Life in Korea vs. Life in the USA”

  1. Hello Jack and Xochitl, I listened to this episode. I think there are some similarities between the culture here and i Korea, especially in the past. People usually judged you because of the reputation of your parents. I hate this culture. Thanks for bringing this topic to talk about.

    1. Hey Layla! Thanks for your comments. No one likes to be judged for things that are out of their control. I hate that too! I think we are responsible for the ways to comport ourselves but not how others comport themselves.

  2. Hello Teacher Jack!
    After listening to this podcast I feel that Indian culture is very similar in many cases of Korean culture. Like, respectful to older people, reputation and our parents do everything for us. And also the language we use for talking to peoples as you said for younger people we speak causally, for teenagers we speak a less causally but if I don’t know them for example my college classmates i will speak respectfully with them that time but when we talk to each other every day we talk very causally. And for older people we always speak respectfully.
    It was an interesting episode. I liked it.
    Thank you a lot, teacher Jack.
    Have a lovely day, teacher.

    1. Thank you for your interesting input. It’s great to hear about other cultures. The culture you’re describing in India sounds a little similar to Korea where they use different registers depending on the ages of the people.

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