Customs & Oddities, Seoul
coffee is expensive in seoul and I bought this at a local 7-11 store and it costs 2,500 won ($2.40) but is was good and very strong, maybe with lots of robusta beans in it.
It is stand at front of main hall all Royal palaces, Gyeongbokgung, Deoksugung, Changdeokgung, Gyeonghuigung. this small standing stones means are degree of official rank.
Someone here mentioned this custom. I handed an elderly shop owner my money with my right hand while holding my right elbow with my left hand. A show of respect and he seemed very pleased.
Thank you: pronounced....'kham samnida'
Also, remember to save some money for the airport tax (15,000) and any misc things you will need to buy at the airport when you leave.
Calligraphy with pictorial representation.
I found the western version in Universal Studio, Orlando!