About 80% of what is involved in doing business in Korea, is the relationship itself. Business has a family feel to it, which is quite different to the western view of "business is business". So, a lot of our time spent on the trip was devoted to "growing" the relationship, and by that I mean lots of eating, drinking, and karaoke singing. Pictures don't do it justice, but here it is.
Everyone we met there was very friendly and outgoing. After only a couple of days you begin to feel like you've know these people a lot longer, and I could begin to see how strong loyalty can develop between business parters this way; even if you don't speak the same language.