Korea has a lot of different cafes. In America, if you want coffee, you can pretty much choose between either Starbucks or Starbucks. In Korea, that's not the case. Starbucks is there if that's your cup of joe, but the other options are often far more interesting.
My wife is Korean, so I'm exposed to all kinds of interesting culture differences between America and Korea. I'd like to share a few of those culture differences so that people can learn more about Korean culture. I also want to show people that a lot of things we take for granted as just "how things are done" are actually nothing more than cultural norms that can and do vary from place to place.
These vanilla wafers were imported from Korea. Like many products made mainly for sale outside of America, these wafers had a Nutrition Facts sticker (instead of simply having the nutrition facts included on the packaging) I've including a close-up of this sticker below, if you're interested in that sort of thing.