Koreans and Chinese are people of Asian countries. Koreans are the citizens of both South Korea and North Korea and are believed to have come from the ancient Korean peninsula. Koreans speak in a language which is referred to as Hangul, which is an old traditional and respected language since the 15th century, and until then, Koreans spoke in Chinese. Interestingly enough, Koreans are notorious for their offbeat sense of humor, which is often revealed in their art and culture.
On the other hand, Chinese is a term that is used to refer to both the people of Asian countries as well as the accepted language that is spoken. The proper name for the Chinese language is called mandarin. The Chinese have smaller eyes and a flatter face than Korean people. Also, the Chinese are well recognized for their consistent work ethic and laid-back attitudes.