That's right, dorrie! And about the sets, too. The new drama I'm watching has a Likable or Not/YAMD living room. I like the Korean-style houses better with their open courtyards. It's funny that they're shown mostly for the poorer families.
When I was a kid, I wondered why such a big deal was made about Asians sitting on the floor to eat at the table.
Then, as an adult, i visited Japan, as was struck by how, when our tour group went out for dinner, nobody was sitting across the table from anyone else; we were staggered, so we could stretch our legs under the (low) table ;D.
On our 'free day', I had lunch a a resaurant, and they immediately showed me to a tall table and chairs. In Japan, these are normally for senior citizens. In spite of the fact that I was looking for "an authentic experience", I didn't complain any .
Aren't face masks supposed to cover your mouth and nose and not worn on your chin? They had the plastic curtains around the bed to keep the area sterile but 99% of the time everyone had that mask on their chin.