Last summer, i served at a tiny:) japanese restaurant at sin seol dong. It was my first part time job so that i was very nervous at the first time. However, a chef and boss was graduated HUFS and then he really treated me kindly. First few weeks, i just served food or got orders and then a months ago, the boss taught me how to cook some simple foods such as hot noodles or a bowl of rice topped with sushi and pork cutlet. Though I was afraid of fires, finally i overcomed
The most impressive thing i did in there was tearing a razor clam to shred, which was most time-consuming process. The shred razor clams were using in japanese roll, and because that menu was the store's favorite, sometimes i had to do that process twice in a day. Except that, most things to do was not that hard. Even the chef helped dish-washing. And sweeping was another part-timer's job.
Through this short experience during 2 months, I learned the value of money and met good people