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There is a balance between personal time and time invested after hours with Koreans. The best balance may not be one’s natural preference upon arrival. Yet those who make the appropriate adjustments succeed; those who are not so accommodating can look forward to shipping out much too soon
The top 15 consolidated answers from 20 experienced executives to the following question: “Suppose you were flying into Seoul and you discovered the person next to you is arriving in Korea for the first time to take on a new management position. What advice would you offer?”
A young American came to Korea to work as a software programmer and quickly found himself in a personal hell. Tom Coyner is asked to introduce some expertise on fitting into corporate Korea upon review of the programmer’s account of his experiences in a mid-sized Korean company.