"The Korean Restaurant: a services marketing failure ?". / O'Brien, Justin.

SAGE Business Cases. Sage publications, 2019.

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"The Korean Restaurant: a services marketing failure ?". / O'Brien, Justin.

SAGE Business Cases. Sage publications, 2019.

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O'Brien, Justin. / "The Korean Restaurant: a services marketing failure ?". SAGE Business Cases. Sage publications, 2019.

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