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If you live in Korea, you’ve witnessed the pervasive food delivery culture. Your front door is lost beneath a sea of chicken and hof coupons and menus. You almost got run over by a scooter yesterday – twice.
But it’s not all bad! Food delivery is relatively inexpensive (no tipping!), convenient, and easy. You just need a little Korean and a lot of patience.
Try out this guide from the May 2012 Daegu Compass magazine.
I recommend practicing first; it really helps. And make sure you get those numbers right!