Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Chop Goes the Stick
This is also a photo from the Korean restaurant.
I thought it was interesting how Koreans use both the chopsticks and the spoon for their meals. Although we have spoons and forks in Japan, traditionally we only use chopsticks.
Korean chopsticks are made of metal and are flat, as you can see in the photo, as apposed to Japanese chopsticks which are usually made of wood and are round or squared. I like how a lot of the Korean chopsticks have interesting designs carved in the metal.
Curious to hear how many of you have chopsticks at home!