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Korean Menus

August 14, 2008

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Last week we made a post about Korean Food Courts and included a video about them, but we forgot to mention one thing about the food courts; their menus are completely and utterly awesome. Instead of having a laminated paper menu, they have a plastic replica of every single dish they have to offer – kimchi jjigae, sundubu jjigae, tonkatsu, kimbap and ramen, neng myun, etc. By every dish there is a tag indicating the price, the dish’s name, and its order number. This is extremely useful for foreigners here in Bucheon – and Korea altogether – because – if they can’t read or understand Korean – they can at least see what they’re ordering beforehand, and order by showing the cashier the dish number with their fingers. It’s really awesome, and should be implemented everywhere around the world.

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