Living in South Korea is such an inefficient decision, eh?
1. Rigid Structures and Hierarchy
Michael Kocken hosts an Australia-Korea businesses event at the JW Marriott Seoul during his tenure in Korea.
Korean corporate structures are notorious for their top-down approach and rigidity. Some experts even compare corporate Korea to an army division, such is the influence of military service and authoritarian leadership on the corporate landscape.
"The Gold Rush at the Yukon."; "Yukon, that's where amounts of nuggets were found!"
For a German, like myself, the word "nugget" can lightly be associated with those little meet blocks, fried 'til golden-brown. And yet, that certain nugget concerns something different, something that staggeringly moved many lives in the 19th Century - whereas the frozen foods of today have no power of.