Etiquette in South Korea

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Korean chopsticks and spoon are never put into food standing up, particularly rice. This is considered to bring bad luck since it resembles food offerings at a grave to deceased ancestors.

Etiquette in South Korea is largely based on Korean Confucianism, including such concepts as respect for elders.[1]

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  1. ^ "Table Etiquette". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 7 August 2012.