Cool video on how folks around the world count money. My mom, a Korean, do in fact count cash that way. It has been such a long time since I had any significant amount of money that required me to use the American way of counting, which unsurprisingly is exactly as portrayed. It is really amazing how little I actually touch money now-a-days. From using my bank visa card to checks, I hardly see a dime unless I find it a seat cushion which then makes me wonder how did it get there in the first place. Makes you wonder in a modern society like ours, the viability of a cashless system. But would that then reflect the chasm between those who can vs. those who cannot live without the actual exchange of paper money? Yet another economic indicator of sustained wealth vs ‘perishable’ income.