| In addition the day-to-day
living challenges that face families in Korea can be more easily
addressed if they are properly prepared with regard to recognizing
cultural differences. An understanding of these differences
and an appreciation of how their own culture is perceived provide
for a more functional and comfortable assignment.
Our cultural program consists
of a two-day seminar. Since 1994 we have presented an average
of six seminars a year for our clients with the number of
participants ranging from one to four couples or individuals.
This provides us with the personal contact and relaxing environment
conducive to a productive and enjoyable learning experience.
Modern and comfortable meeting facilities are provided for.
In addition, information and presentation materials are constantly
updated and improved. The following are some of the primary
sections presented in the seminar.
¡Ü Introduction to Korea
¡Û Geography / Statistics
¡Û Education / Politics
¡Û Religion / Language
¡Ü Korean Economics
¡Ü Interpersonal Business Relations
¡Ü Opposite Culture
¡Ü Culture and Customs
¡Ü Different Culture / Comparisons (Manners, Social Life, etc.)
¡Ü Cultural Dos and Don'ts
¡Ü Living in Korea