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Help with Korean etiquette please


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Help with Korean etiquette please

Chatsworth | Feb 3, 2013 07:54 PM

I very rarely eat Korean food, but just came across a wonderful Korean restaurant near me. I had a fabulous bibimbap with several of the complementary/complimentary side dishes.

What I really wanted though, to cut the richness of the dish and brighten it, was a splash of acid. Would it be considered rude, or normal, or just plain weird to ask for something to that end at a Korean restaurant (lemon/vinegar?)?

Thanks for your advice!

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