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What is it like for an Indian to visit South Korea?

Warning #1: Long answer. 2900 words. Read later if you are busy, or skip if you are not interested.Warning #2: Contains some graphic images of dog, cat and snake meat which some of you may not like to see.The question is “What is it like for an Indian to visit South Korea”Answer: Depends on the Indian, not on South Korea.For me it was a fascinating, novel experience. I am recounting below what it was for me only, and not generalizing on how it will be for any other Indian.This is merely a travelogue with some impressions. Memories are not fresh. This was about 24 years ago. There is no useful information for those interested in knowing more about the country. Skip reading if you have more expectations.This was my first trip abroad, and it opened up a whole new world and exposed me to the glories of the Far East.For too long, we Indians have been dazzled by the west. Going to “phoren” conjures visions of London, Paris, Switzerland, USA, Dubai, etc. for most common middle class Indians. Somehow, middle class Indians don’t seem to think that other countries are ‘phoren’ and don’t attach glamour to travels to the East of the globe.It was 1993. I was a senior Structural Engineer and group leader in my Company.We were privileged to be associated with an Off Shore oil platform project and the fabrication contract for the platform had been awarded to Samsung Heavy Industries, in South Korea. They were massive steel structures involving 4 platforms, each with about 3000 tonnes of steel. The platforms were being fabricated and assembled and then towed by a barge all the way from Korea to the Arabian sea just off the coast of Mumbai and erected in position. The client was ONGC, India.By rotation, my colleagues and I were sent there to monitor the progress of the work, interpret the drawings, make modfications and advise in case of difficulties, oversee the fabrication, expedite progress, inspect the finished structure and give a report to our client. We acted as on site representatives of the client.The contractor (Samsung Heavy Industries) was carrying out the works at their ship building yards at Geoje, an island off the southern coast. It is marked by the red spot in this map from Google Maps. The nearest airport was Busan.I travelled via Kolkata, Bangkok, and landed in the capital Seoul and later took a local flight to Busan in the South and then travelled by road to the island that was linked to the main land by a road bridge.Samsung had hired an apartment for us which I shared with other colleagues from other disciplines. They provided us to and fro transport every day from our apartment to the project site. We cooked our own food and had carried with us some provisions and spices and we bought locally available vegetables, fruits, rice, flour, eggs and milk and survived.This was the apartment building we lived in.If you watch closely you can see me and my colleague standing in the balcony on the lower floor.Here is a close-up view. I am on the left. My hair used to be black then.Below is a view of the smaller apartment blocks in our neighborhood as viewed from our balcony. Cars were parked in the street. There were no garages where we lived.Does it look any different from what we see in India?Below is how our drawing room looked. You can see me watching TVBy the way, that bottle is not mine. I did not drink any of its contents. I had a tough time convincing my wife after my return when she saw this picture.Below is a picture of me in our kitchen.Below is a picture of me and my colleague boarding the Samsung Bus to go to the project site.This was the project site. You can see the structural elements under fabrication.Below is the superstructure of the offshore platform that was being fabricated.Below is a picture of me standing on the helipad of one of the platforms with the other platforms in the background.Below is another picture of me posing for picture while on duty.Below you can see me with a ship in the background, that was almost finished.I am on the extreme right. With me are my colleagues who handled Electrical and Mechanical engineering. I was the structural engineer.Life was monotonous. We had a hurried breakfast, rushed to the bus pick up point to catch the bus in time, and got dropped back home in the evening.Two of the biggest problems for us were language and food.There was no time given to us to pick up even the basics of the Korean language and since we knew we would stay just for 3 months, we had no incentive to put in any effort to learn. Besides, in the office, we were given the services of an interpreter. But this nice charming young girl wasn’t too good at English. Since no one else knew better English, she stood out from the rest and was attached to us for the duration of the project. My experience with her was that she easily translated my English into Korean for the benefit of the Korean staff there but struggled to translate their Korean sentences into understandable English for me. She would often pull out a dictionary which she carried with her always.I once asked her, who lived in some seemingly sparsely inhabited islands surrounding our island. She struggled for some time, flipped some pages in her dictionary and finally came out with ‘poor fish-catch-men’. She meant poor fishermen.I was her favourite. No wonder. She latched on to me so that she could learn English from me. “How do you speak English so fast?” she would often ask admiringly and would look at me with eyes filled with wonder when I spoke fluently with the Americans and Britishers in project meetings while her Korean colleagues struggled to communicate in English and let out their words slowly one at a time. She was fascinated to find me not overawed by these white skinned westerners!At my request she prepared and typed out a list of words and expressions in English and Korean side by side and gave us a copy. These words were ‘what is the price?’ Where ? How much. What? Good morning. Thank you. Rice, Milk, Sugar, bread, Eggs, etc, 1, 2, 3, … up to 10, followed by 20, 30 … up to 100. Sunday, Monday…, Here, there, up, down, near, far etc.In the markets, streets, and shops, and other public places, no one spoke English. We used sign language and gesticulated, and when convenient, we would fish out this sheet of paper our interpreter had given us, and point to the English word and the Korean would read the Korean word written alongside and understand. At the vegetable market we would point to the vegetable we wanted and the vendor would enter the price on the calculator and show us the display.The currency was the Korean Won, and I remember one US dollar was about 700 to 800 Won at that time and it fluctuated daily. Our company gave us an allowance of 36 US dollars per day to live on. We could manage comfortably on this amount and also pay the rent for the apartment.For a vegetarian like me, food was a major problem. I just could not eat in any restaurant on a daily basis. The food in restaurants was ‘ultra non veg’. In India, the non veg guys usually prefer to eat vegetarian animals that feed on grass except perhaps for chicken. Except in Kerala and the Northeastern states they don’t eat beef. But here even non vegetarian animals are part of the diet. Fish and sea food was common. Everything smelt of garlic. They did not use oil. They cooked in sauce. Parties were frequent. At the drop of a hat, they would announce a party and invite us to join them. The occasions could be anything. Someone’s girl friend’s birthday, was one such occasion where I was persuaded to attend. My non veg friends had a great time, eating dog and cat meat while I munched on vegetable salad and helped myself to more ice cream. They had prepared something that looked like biryani and I decided to eat that till I realized that the attractive red pieces that looked like kismis or tuti frutti, were actually pork pieces.Image Source: Home - The Schizo ChefI would spend several minutes picking them out and putting them in my friends plate and then eat the rest.At a restaurant I once ordered noodles and took great pains to explain to the waiter and the manager that I was a pure vegetarian. He did not understand what that meant. I asked him for a sheet of paper, drew the outline of fish and crossed it out with an X .He understood that I don’t want to eat fish. I then proceeded to draw a crude sketch of a hen, a cow, a goat, a dog a cat, a snake and crossed them out one by one. He grinned at me and nodded that he had understood.What he brought me was a huge bowl of some noodles in sauce. It was delicious and I had downed half of it when another even more fanatic ultra vegetarian friend dining with me asked what some strange pieces floating in the gravy were. I told him to relax and eat it and assured him that while specifying our dietary restrictions to the manager, I had eliminated all the edible animals, birds and fish in the animal kingdom and that, whatever it was, it was purely vegetarian. My pakka vegetarian friend was not convinced and wanted me to take the bowl to the manager and ask what they were. I had already eaten some of them and they had tasted like the flesh of a tender coconut. To keep my friend satisfied, I went to the counter with the bowl of noodles and, pointing to those unfamiliar pieces, asked the manager what they were. The manager smiled cheerfully and fished out the same sheet of paper I had scribbled on a while ago and drew a baby octopus. He then pointed to the tentacles and gestured with his fingers imitating a cut with scissors, indicating that the items were cut pieces of the tentacles of a baby octopus. I had not drawn that so he had not technically defaulted.I merely sighed and muttered ‘Siva Siva’ under my breath and went back to the table and told my friend ‘rehne de, yaar, use mat kha’. (Leave it alone, bro. Don’t eat it.) He demanded to know what they were. I did not want him to retch and throw up there. I kept it a secret from him till we were well out of restaurant and for the next few days he never let me forget how badly I had blundered and let him down! He never trusted me again when we occasionally ate at restaurants.Our Korean colleagues were really amused with our vegetarian habits. One of them frankly asked ‘How do you manage to stay alive if you don’t eat?’ I told him about our grains fruits, and vegetables but they did not consider that as proper nutritious food at all.During some festival days, a Korean friend took us around all the local tourist spots. I loved the Buddhist temples he took us to. They were spotlessly clean and they maintained total silence. The atmosphere was truly conducive to meditation unlike our religious places here in India.Christian churches were common. Western missionaries have been very active. More than half of the population (54 percent? not sure) have already been converted to Christianity. The rest (43%?, not sure) were Buddhists and the balance were the rest. I did not see any mosque there during my stay.In Seoul and Busan (the two major cities I visited) I could see a large number of Americans. The small towns looked like any small town in USA except that the sign boards were in Korean. I saw a large number of American soldiers on the streets of Seoul. I hesitated to ask why. We had been cautioned not to discuss politics.Samsung, Hyundai, Daewoo, LG were everywhere making anything and everything, just like the brand name Tata in India.I had an opportunity to travel by the Metro in Seoul and it is an awesome city. I visited the stadium where the Seoul Olympics had been held. It was superb. Better than any stadium in India.Roads were of international standards and far superior to anything we have here in India.The internet was unknown at that time but I understand they have the fastest internet in the world now. Cell phones were not invented then but I saw many Koreans sporting pagers and having them strapped to their belts. It was a novelty for us. I could not watch TV in our apartment. They did not telecast any English language channel. I watched Korean TV and understood whatever I could from the visuals. I would usually tune in to the news. There was absolutely nothing about India ever reported. The hottest news in India at that time was about Harshad Mehta having paid Rs 1 crore as bribe to PM Narasimha Rao. Nothing was mentioned about this.I visited large malls in Busan and Seoul and since there were no malls anywhere in India at that time, it was a novel experience. I spent a lot with the surplus dollars from our daily allowance. I had to. If I brought them back to India, I would not be allowed to keep it and the company would have taken it back.The people were friendly and would bow deeply when they greeted us. I did not experience any racism or xenophobia.I learned to say Annyeonghaseyo, which is the Korean equivalent of Namaste and gamsahaminda for Thank you.I had learned a few more words and expressions but have now totally forgotten them.Other customs that I was unfamiliar with were their dining practices.Unlike sitting around a dining table, like us these days in the cities or on the ground sitting cross legged like we do in the villages, they sat on the ground on a carpet around a low centre table.The food and language differences prevented me from getting closer to the Samsung engineers socially, but there were one or two with whom, after more than a month of daily association, I could begin to talk about non technical subjects. I also chatted a lot with our lady interpreter. She was fascinated about only two things in India. One was Bollywood dances and other was our caste system. Our notoriety on this Indian division of society, had already preceded us. She hardly realized it was impolite to ask someone’s caste and whenever she saw or was introduced to an Indian, she would look at me and ask if he belonged to 1? or 2? or 3? or 4?You can guess what she meant. She could not pronounce the caste names but had understood the hierarchy. I tried telling her it was not polite to ask but she was insistent. Not that her behaviour towards them was different if the person introduced to her was No. 4, instead of a number 1, but her curiosity was uncontrollable.We had been strictly warned not to discuss politics with anyone and we avoided it totally. But social issues were discussed late during my stay after the ice was broken. The few who could talk better English, finally opened out to me. The one thing they were sore about was the Westerner’s revulsion to their eating habits and the criticism they faced. I often saw graffiti (in English) on the walls of their toilets and urinals where insulting messages in English, were written about their food habits by foreigners.One of them, in a heart to heart discussion, explained that their food habits needed no defending and said that if westerners can eat sheep, goats, cows, what’s the big deal about eating dogs cats and snakes too. All were animals. Who was entitled to say which animal is food and which is not. Either eat any animal that is edible or, if you choose to be a vegetarian, don’t eat any animal.WARNING : POSSIBLY UNPLEASANT PICTURES BELOW. STOP READING HERE IF YOU ARE SENSITIVE.I nodded my head in sympathy but still could not quite enjoy sights like these in the markets. You need to get used to them. This is snake flesh. I saw plenty of these hanging from the ceiling in the markets much like the carcass of goats are hung from our mutton shops.Image source: Home | Daily Mail OnlineYou can see the snake being cut.Image source: YouTubeBelow are some pictures of dogs and dog meat.Image source:, and animal http://guardians.usImage source: Latest Vegan News - Plant Based News - Vegan News, Conscious Living & More and Home | Daily Mail OnlineDisclaimer: These are merely representative. They are not pictures of what I saw in Korea but I did see something similar. Dog and cat meat are consumed in many far eastern Asian countries and these pictures may not be from Korea.I was most unwilling to discuss these sights with my Korean friends.I know how drastic cultural differences can be and it is pointless debating customs which we have lived with for centuries but can never explain satisfactorily to foreigners.I too have faced queries from foreigners who are appalled at some of our Hindu customs. Their favourite question to me is about our caste system and one foreigner once pointed to pictures of Vishnu reclining with a snake hood protecting him, Shiva with a snake coiled around his neck, a picture of Ganesha and Hanuman and told me: “Don’t tell me you people worship not just cows but also elephants and monkeys and also put snakes around the necks of your gods?” He also pointed to a picture of Goddess Durga and Kali with a protruding tongue and asked me to explain. I politely declined. For one thing, I was not competent to do so. And secondly I knew he could not be convinced.There are several more experiences I had but this post has already become too long. I will stop here. You can ask questions on this post in the comments section and I will try to answer them if I can.GV

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