Asian Grace aka take a food photo!

When I am in America I am cautious about my Asian urges. I try and take photos with my hands to the side instead of sparking a V, I don't wear face masks in public, I don't sleep on the subway, and I don't take a photo before eating. 

In Korea, the typical grace is photo taking and then it is time to dine. Guests will politely wait till the photos are taken of the food and then group shots of themselves with the food. Restaurants and dining are a way of marking the days and it should be celebrated. I don't think that is so bad right?

Dan


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