Broadway stars celebrate the retirement of Korean sandwich store of 40 years

Broadway stars celebrate the retirement of Korean sandwich store of 40 years

 Broadway stars celebrate the retirement of Korean sandwich store of 40 years


Article: Musical actors celebrate closing of a Korean sandwich store of 40 years


Source: Kukmin Ilbo via Naver


[+1,340, -17] Jealous of their culture like this


[+1,205, -25] Americans have so much 'jung' for foreigners. Instead of just letting the store close as a passing thought, it's so nice of them to throw a closing party. I wish them all health and happiness.


[+1,039, -11] You've worked hard. I wish you a healthy life.


[+81, -0] This is making me tear up. He worked there for 14 hours a day, all week long... especially when it must've been difficult as it is as an immigrant. So much respect. May he live the rest of his life in happiness.


[+68, -1] He looks great for 71. He's so handsome now so I can imagine he must've been quite dashing back when he was younger.


[+54, -1] This is the type of American culture that we can all learn from!!! Something that doesn't exist in our own culture~ We're too busy chasing out small businesses instead of appreciating the people behind these stores


[+39, -2] You worked hard!!! What an amazing life they've lived


[+34, -0] There's so much 'jung' and loyalty within American communities. Good work to them :)


[+33, -0] We should learn this kind of humanity from Americans... instead of ripping each other apart like we are now. We're all suffering from low self-esteem and taking out our jealousy on each other...


[+29, -9] This reminds me of when a stationery store closed and all the students from the schools around it came and celebrated it


[+21, -0] They worked seven days a week, they practically dedicated all their lives to making sandwiches..


[+20, -2] Americans have so much 'jung' when you think about it


[+17, -1] To have worked in one spot for 40 years... that's amazing


[+14, -0] A part of American culture we should learn from it. Good work to them 👍


[+10, -0] So different from our culture... we often don't even know who lives right next to us


[+9, -1] I know Americans like to say that Koreans are a culture of 'jung' but it seems to be less so these days... if anything, Americans have more 'jung' than we do.

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