AIA Korea Had Moms Make Familar Dinners for Their Unsuspecting Children

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 6, 2015
References: facebook & adsoftheworld
As a tribute to young people who have left their families behind in order to pursue their dreams, life insurance company AIA Korea set up a special homecooked meal. Dubbed "WorHolers," or people who have been granted a working holiday visa, these individuals don't often have the luxury to prepare themselves nice meals or spend quality time with loved ones.

In order to reward them for all the hard work they are doing, AIA Korea asked moms to prepare their child's favorite meal. The dinners were all too familiar, even featuring dishes and utensils that came from home. To top off the delicious meals, the WorHolers were also given a chance to reunite with their mothers and thank them for taking the time to prepare such a nice meal and surprise.