Korean dining tables

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  1. Beena says:

    Aww I want a 상 too ^_^ I think I saw that pull-out table in one of the Korean dramas I’ve watched. I just don’t remember what. I’m tired of the western style tables and I would like to try out the other two for a change. ^_^

  2. AzureWolf says:

    Haha, I actually prefer space-savers! I’m very minimalistic. But maybe, this time, it’s just because “the grass is always greener on the other side.” we have a dining table, but no one uses it. It’s such a hassle, and we’d rather watch TV or something (we keep the dining room and TV rooms separate).

    *adds Betchay’s photo to his Anki flashcards* Nice little thing to know, hehe… While you’re teaching English, toss us a few 1337 Korean lessons! How did you learn it? Cold turkey immersion?! =P

  3. Betchay says:

    @AzureWolf >> LOL! how did you know?

    @Beena >> a 상 is really nice when you have a small room… perfect in korean households

  4. Sasha says:

    Does anyone know where to buy those low, folding Asian tables online? I had them growing up, but in Kentucky, USA they are difficult to find. Thanks!

  5. Laurie says:

    My boyfriend has one for sale with a peacock on top it hangs on the wall as art when not in use

  6. Dr.Rajesh says:

    Hi, Can any body please tell me the exact measurements of SANG. Especially what is the height from ground to upper level. Waiting for reply.

  7. daniel jaramillo says:

    What Iam look for is table to eat sit on, i have seen them out in the country
    so people have them in there front yard , you can eat on them or just sit
    and talk. I would like to build one for my back yard. can you help me. daniel

  1. August 12, 2016

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