If you observe the image on the right you will notice that it has all been kept in its own space, or, rather, it's been kept pure. Koreans, of course, mix their rice in with certain things, but they keep it down to a minimum. (Bibimbap, Kimchi Bokkeumbap, Nakji Bokkeumbap)They aren't like us--they wouldn't just go stir crazy and mix anything up with rice. If you were married to a lovely Korean lady you would start to notice these things.
After all, it is not the glaring difference that captivates me at this stage but rather the minuscule, the details if you will. These will keep me entertained for the rest of my life.
Ah, yes. There was something deeper that needed to be pointed out. Koreans are very proud of their culture and don't really look favorably upon inter-racial marriages. You have to keep the bloodline pure. There are many races like this, tons, and sadly many Americans included, ironically enough. It's just funny because I wanted to find a metaphor and bring it out of something very silly. I have succeeded because Americans are a melting pot and it is apparent even when we eat. Freudian slip, mayhaps?