The Japanese are known to take their jobs very seriously, whether it be pushing commuters into packed rush hour trains, waiting tables, or in this case, wrapping gifts. A clip of a department store clerk wrapping up a Christmas present almost like a magic trick is blowing people away on the other side of the world.

No matter what the task, most Japanese employees perform it as best they can because it is their duty. Servers will provide you with the most pleasant, attentive service without expecting a tip. People take pride in their work, and it's amazing to see it first hand.

Which brings us to this department store clerk from Takashimaya, one of Japan's largest department stores,  whose gift wrapping skills, thanks to the internet, have made it all the way to DramaFever. The skill he has definitely qualifies him as a master of his craft, a black belt in gift wrapping. Upon watching him in action, netizens of the world typed away their thoughts. "Is there a gift wrapping university in Japan?" asked someone obviously in disbelief. "A true master!" wrote another.

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Funny thing is, there are others that are as good at their jobs as he is, both in Japan and in other parts of the world as well. Working hard at whatever job they're given is a quality that some people just naturally have.