Joel meets Jong-Tae Choi, the Deaf owner of Sangdo 4 Dong in Seoul. More than 20 Deaf employees work
for Choi making rice cakes, a Korean snack and dessert. Go behind the scenes in the kitchen and see how
rice cakes are made and take a look at a one-of-a-kind Deaf owned and operated business with so many
proud and happy Deaf employees!
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  • Hi! I think South Korea has recently hearing impaired activity, is holding a video shoot! I have applied to participate, but unfortunately not been selected, the deaf community to read the 16 South Korean tourist, good very envious!

  • I keep saying Wow again. I am proud of Deaf Korean making rice cakes. I was imaging myself always eat rice cake from my Deaf Korean friend. I love them so much. It’s tastes sooo good. I can see that how wonderful serious Deaf workers not chatting while work time. Save til break time. They are hard workers.

  • Wow! Very impressive to see how wonderful they make Korean Rice Cakes look really good! I’d love to try one of these desserts! Thanks for sharing with us Joel! =)

Joel Barish

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