To the customer’s request for “Menu in English” in Korean, the store replied “It’s so funny” (delivery review controversy)

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There is a controversy online over the store’s answer left to a customer request to modify the menu in English into Korean.

This post has recently spread around online communities, and contains conversations between customers and stores in delivery apps. When a customer said, “Please make the menu in Korean,” the store replied, “The brunch menu is something I had in Canada, so I wrote it in Korean because it was unfamiliar and funny.” He said, “But it’s so funny. (If written in Korean) Should I write it as a double-layered breakfast lunch plate? I think I’ll die from being funny until tomorrow,” he wrote, saying, “You won’t be reordering anyway, but thanks for your opinion.”

There is a controversy online over the controversial’People of Delivery’ review post, and the store’s answer left to a customer request to revise the menu in English into Korean.

In this post, some netizens pointed out the store’s attitude. It is a reaction that responds to customer requests too sarcastically. In fact, since the menu sold at the store was written in English as’Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich,’ there are opinions that the customer requested that it be marked as’Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich’.

As criticism continued over this, the store deleted the answer in question, and then said, “The review replies are being written by the staff in turn, and I think you would have taken it badly. Kindness is the most important thing, but I apologize for disappointing you.”

Part of the store’s menu

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