Koreans screamed “so cool” while eating hot ginseng chicken soup in the sultry summer. Koreans who eat hot food do not feel hot, but rather enjoy the cool attitude, that is, “heating with heat” culture can be said to be one of the most difficult to understand for foreigners. Because in common sense, you should let your body cool down when the weather is hot, and eat hot when the weather is cold.
Of course, not all Koreans are like this. But it is undeniable that the culture of “heating with heat” and deep into the Korean plot. For example, Koreans like to go to the sauna in summer and cold water massage in winter. This is something unimaginable for foreigners. In addition, there are many emotional expressions in Korean that differ from common sense.