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South Korea PowerPoint Presentation: (Sample)

This South Korea PowerPoint will teach you about the country's culture, customs, family life, gender roles, cuisine, etiquettes for dining, social and business interactions, and much more to assist you in your travels. Did you know that South Korea's broadband technology is considered the most advanced in the world? Or that South Koreans consider themselves one year old at birth?

The complete version highlights these facts and much more:
• 18 Points on General Information
• 14 Points on Family Life
• 11 Points on Food
• 9 Points on Food Etiquette
• 11 Points on Social Etiquette
• 32 Points on Business Etiquette
• 9 Points on Trivia.

This South Korea PowerPoint will teach you about the country's culture, customs, family life, gender roles, cuisine, etiquettes for dining, social and business interactions, and much more to assist you in your travels. Did you know that South Korea's broadband technology is considered the most advanced in the world? Or that South Koreans consider themselves one year old at birth?

The complete version highlights these facts and much more:
• 18 Points on General Information
• 14 Points on Family Life
• 11 Points on Food
• 9 Points on Food Etiquette
• 11 Points on Social Etiquette
• 32 Points on Business Etiquette
• 9 Points on Trivia.

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South Korea PowerPoint Presentation: (Sample)

  1. 1. REPUBLIC OF SOUTH KOREA readysetpresent.com
  2. 2. Although Korean laws give women equal status, there is still discrimination. Women are still expected to make coffee and wipe the desks. Some Korean companies pressure women to leave their jobs when they are pregnant even though it is illegal. Family Life (4 of 5) 10
  3. 3. Social Etiquette (1 of 4) 18 Pointing with your index finger is a rude action. Gifts are a very important part of their culture, so have them with you wherever you go (just in case). When people receive a gift, they refuse it a couple times to be polite.
  4. 4. Avoid over-selling previous business achievements. Make direct eye- contact when addressing Korean in business, as it is important to indicate your honesty and interest. Some Koreans do not make eye-contact for any length of time when in the presence of an authority figure as a sign of respect. Business Etiquette (6 of 10) 27 Maintain an element of modesty and humility (extremely important in Korean culture).
  5. 5. Trivia (3 of 3) 34 Many temples are located deep in the mountains, so visitors can also fully enjoy the beauty of nature. 70% of Korea is mountainous. All Koreans advance in age on New Year's Day.
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