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Eating is A Big Deal [Part 1/page 2]

 

 

Writing by “Siamese CAT”

Translate to English by Hui-Ha

 

Continued from Page 1

Thai people love Korean movies a lot.
There are viewers of all gender and ages.

The prior Korean movies that was hit in Thailand
often have plotted on a profound love
that ended up with the death of the heroine or hero by leukemia.

 Later, come after with teen love story
that the protagonist must be a princess or prince.
Almost all Korean movies must have the scene,
the characters sit eating and often mention about kimchi.

As the result of Korean movies,
Thai people are quickly familiar with kimchi
 which become another Korean food widely known in Thailand.
Thai people can do it themselves and eat it enjoyably
 because it is easy and familiar with Thai tongue,
 sour and sweet taste, scented with smell of garlic and other spices,
similar to the green papaya salad which is a Thai national dish.

It is wandered that whether eating Korean pork
and kimchi too much is the reason
Thai last-generation teenagers
are more  and more look like Korean or not.

From the age Thai men leave their hair long
to their waist competing with women
through the generation of brassy youngster ever
popular of skinned-head, many years later up to present,
Thai adolescents both boy and girl do the same hairstyle,
hard to identify their gender but certainly seems really like Korean.

 I used to see a teenage boy,
who was the conductor of a taxi-bus,
hanging out of the bus,  likely to fly,
do the same hairstyle with a young girl who’s chatting away
on her mobile in a Mercedes-Benz stopping at red light not too far.

  It can be said that this is a good social and gender equality.
It is incredible that cross-cultural fashion can act such a big deal.

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