Episode #92: Different Food Culture

Different food culture

We both have very different tastes, but it’s only natural. Every country has their own culture of food, and we all grow up with different tastes. When we say these things, we’re just joking around with each other though. There are many foods I like and many I dislike in Korea. Likewise with Hyo.


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  • Michael Hwang

    Dominic, you’re right. Everybody have different tastes and that’s fine.
    My parents told me they always reject cheese, because they know it’s smelly.
    Compared to my parents, I don’t eat live seafood, because we know it’s weird as hell.

    This comic makes sense to me. If Hyo is right, we shouldn’t force her eat sugary food. Because many regular Koreans don’t like the taste of sugar.