Whether you're in Korea for business or pleasure, spending a few hours with this book will save you a world of embarrassment. It will also provide answers to a host of puzzling questions: Why is it important to use two hands when pouring a drink for someone in Korea? When do you shake hands and when do you bow? Why do Koreans rarely ever say "No" to someone? When are you expected to pay and when do you let your Korean friend or colleague pay? Why are so many Koreans named Kim, Lee, Choi or Park? Why do Koreans always ask your age right after they meet you? When should you tip in Korea and how much is appropriate? How do you find a street address when the streets have no names? From the intricacies of name cards and greetings to the latest etiquette practices for business meetings and negotiations, this revised and updated guide to Korean cultural expectations will ensure that your visit to Korea runs smoothly from beginning to end! Book jacket.