When I'm in Hawaii, I can continue an indulgence I developed in Seattle - watching Korean Dramas with English subtitles. (Don't seem to be any in Tulsa - I, myself was shocked.) In Hawaii, the station KBFD (that's really their call letters) runs a couple a day. I am out in the sun during the day, but watch one in the evening. I like how clearly defined every one's role in the Drama society is. I don't know if this is true of actually Korean life. For example, on several occassions, it has been said that a man can get another wife, but only has one mother. If the wife can't win over the mother, she is in real trouble - often she just has to leave. Newlyweds don't need to look for a new home after the wedding - they will just move in with the groom's family, where the new wife needs to take over many of the chores previously performed by the groom's mother. You're not losing a son, you're gaining a maid.