1. In Korean, you don’t ask for forgiveness, you ask someone to “please see you one time.” (한 번 봐주세요, han beon bwa-chu-se-yo)

2. You don’t just “look alike”, you “look like a fish-shaped pastry called bungeobbang“. (붕어빵이다, bung-eo-bbang-i-da)

3. And you don’t have goosebumps, you have chicken skin. (닭살, dak-sal)

4. In Korean, you don’t “make up your mind”, you “eat your heart”. (마음을 먹다, ma-eum-eul meok-da)

5. And you don’t just “grow old”, you “eat your age”. (나이를 먹다, na-i-reul meok-da)

6. In Korean, something isn’t “a piece of cake”, it is like “eating cold congee”. (식은 죽 먹기, sik-eun juk meok-ki)

7. You don’t have a “wide social network”, you have “wide feet”. (발이 넓다, pal-i neolb-da)

8. In Korean, you aren’t “gullible”, you have “thin ears”. (귀가 얇다, kwi-ga yalb-da)

9. And you aren’t “generous”, you have “big hands”. (손이 크다, son-i keu-da)

10. In Korean, the grass isn’t “greener on the other side”, but someone else’s “rice cake looks bigger”. (남의 떡이 커 보인다, nam-ui ddeok-i keo bo-in-da)

11. In Korea, you won’t be referred to as a “Jack-of-all-trades”, you are an “eight-direction beauty”. (팔방미인, pal-bang-mi-in)

12. And you aren’t “big-hearted”, you have a “wide heart”. (마음이 넓다, ma-eum-i neolb-da)

13. In Korea, beauty doesn’t “lie in the eyes of the beholder”, it is “glasses for your eyes”. (제 눈에 안경, je nun-e an-gyeong)

14. And too many cooks don’t “spoil the broth”, rather when there are “too many boatmen, the boat goes to the mountain”. (사공이 많으면 배가 산으로 간다, sa-gong-i manh-eu-myeon bae-ga san-eu-ro kan-da)