An instructional video I made with the kids at the Montessori kindergarten where I work. This month we are studying etiquette. I thought about subtitling it as it's not clear all the way through, but decided that might be insulting to the kids. So here's a transcript:
"In Korea, when you meet somebody, you bow. (Annyeonghaseyo!) But in England, the USA and Australia, you shake hands. (Annyeonghaseyo!)
It's important to have a good handshake. If your handshake is too strong, you can hurt somebody. But if it's too weak it feels like grabbing a wet noodle. (Eeeew!)
Always remember, look people in the eye when you shake hands. (Nice to meet you!)"