This week at English Camp, the children were asked to make advertisements for a restaurant. They were provided with a large piece of construction paper, and piles of flyers to cut pictures from.
The results were hilarious. I learned a lot about both Korean culture, and the children’s home lives from the posters.
I’m not sure this would make me order the chicken…
Clearly we need to work on the difference between ‘usually’ and ‘always’.
My favourite was this next one:
Is this a common selling point for Korean restaurants? Do Korean restaurants reuse leftover food? I don’t mind my own leftovers but I’m fairly certain that I don’t want to eat someone else’s. Does that make me over-particular and picky? Was I once again applying Western norms to an Eastern situation?
I thought about approaching my co-T for clarification; I even started walking in her direction. But then I took a deep breath, and decided that it would be better for my mental health if I remained ignorant.
What I don’t know can’t hurt me, right?