So far, I've found it really comical and seemingly true, which is why I like it. I feel like despite not being Korean, I can understand the gestures, the thought process, the values, the perspective of the family members. I think that the portrayals are applicable not just to Korean / Korean American / Korean Canadian people, but to a broader swath of Asians who generally (wrong or right) have the same or similar attitudes and cultural backgrounds. At the very least, the show definitely creates a cultural curiosity, doesn't it?
What do the Koreans out there think?
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