Without further ado...
You know Korea is your home when:
- You see a group of foreigners and conclude they look fat.
- You win an argument with an ajosshi.
- It's normal to see kids walking on the streets unaccompanied after 10pm on a school night.
- Pigs promoting pork products no longer seems unusual.
- You argue with a restaurant's staff over why they can't serve you something - in Korean.
- It takes more than a minute to think of something you miss from home.
- While out with friends, you notice the sun coming up - then follow them when they go for breakfast.
- You see a Korean woman with B-cups and think 'My God those are huge!'
- You go to a Western restaurant and ask 'where's the kimchi?'
- You have no idea who or what a Snooky is, or why 'The Situation' is capitalized.
- You create your own Korean slang.
- You see a product with no Korean on it and you do a double-take.
- You actually begin to get along with the ajumma.
- You use more Korean curse words than English ones.
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