You can take it or leave it, but....

My family usually go shopping in shopping malls which are located in the suburbs. Today, however, my son and I went downtown to take part in the event we should find some characters which had been hidden in the area.

KOBITO ZUKAN~小人図鑑~ 

Picnic in Tenjin~天神こびとピクニック~

While we were looking for the characters in a shopping mall, there were some tourists who seemed to be from Korea. They were asking something in English in front of the information counter. Much to my chagrin, the staff members couldn't understand what they said, nor could they speak English even a word. Ah.....
I'm not the person who wants to poke my nose into others' things, nor do I want to be a backseat driver, but they and the staff seemed confused and in a tizzy. As such I talked to the tourists and helped them in English.

I know there are, depending on department stores, staff members who are bilingual or trilingual, and help tourists in a decent manner. The shopping mall is for teenagers, so the staff members seem to be in their early 20's. They maybe rarely use English and don't have enough experience to be hospitable to customers...

Uh....They can take it or leave it, but here's a piece of advice for your COMPANY: I wonder if your company merely hires young and pretty girls!? haha





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