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I did pretty well on that. I obviously knew somewhat more about Japanese eating etiquette than I did about Korean eating etiquette before the link for that website that explained all the rules of Korean eating etiquette was posted to eGullet, I think by torakris.

Michael aka "Pan"

 

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I got three right on the first attempt and the other one on the second try, but multiple choice helps a lot. I don't know that I'd remember those things at the table when the multiple choice prompts aren't there. I'm also intimidated when served noodles by a Japanese host who's very international and familiar with western manners. :biggrin:

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to my pleasant surprise, i got them all right. which is bizarre since i consider myself a total novice/amateur.

in my whole Japanese cooking experience, which is very enjoyable, i'm still at the ingredient/pronunciation level.

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