There are all kinds of eating establishments in Korea, ranging from street vendors called pojangmachas and hole-in-the-wall shikdangs (small restaurants) to high-priced, formal restaurants will full-course meals. In between you can find many types of medium-sized places offering a wide range of food types, including traditional Korean food, fast food, Western and other non-Korean dishes. Tipping is not customary in Korea.

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