Besides these habits, most people in K-Dramaland fall asleep easily and can sleep anywhere, anytime. You’ll thus see people sleeping on the bus, a park bench as well a stranger’s couch or floor. Most people sleep also very profoundly. They won’t wake up when somebody for example strokes their eyebrows or brushes a strand of hair out of their face.
When sleeping over at someone’s place, you might be sleeping at the floor like a lot of citizens of K-Dramaland do. A guest bed is rapidly put together by two blankets: a thicker one as mattress and a thinner one as blanket. If two people that are not on good terms, for example ex-partners or a bickering to-be-couple, will need to spend the night in the same room and there is only one bed available, usually one will sleep also on the floor or a couch.
Also, if you happen to fall asleep at someone’s home in a rather uncomfortable position, someone will, instead of waking you up and/or carrying you to bed, most likely cover you with a blanket – a gesture quite often observed in K-Dramaland. If you’ll fall asleep at your working place, someone might probably cover you with his jacket or sweater.