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Koreans, Japanese and Turks

by Erol Göka, Professor

Japanese: “Japanese, without seeing the middle of the country they visited (which is Cappadocia) according to their beliefs, their visit would be incomplete”


Koreans:  “Whichever restaurant you go to, a water jug ​​is placed on the table first. Despite an incredible pace of modernization, both societies (Turks and Koreans) are very conservative. There is no sexuality in the public sphere, there is a notion of “honor” and “family”. In Korea, many shops are open during lunch hours, the owner just leaves. There is a great trust in the society, theft is almost absent, petty crimes are very few compared to the west. And finally, ram and horse are very important, almost sacred, just like in Turkish culture” November 7, 2015·



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