This paper focuses on the purpose of examining six parts of the Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions (Power Distance, Uncertainty Avoidance, Individualism versus Collectivism, Masculinity versus Feminity, Long Term versus Short Term Orientation, Indulgence versus Self-restraint) and using such measurement to compare the cultural values of South Korea and Italy. The paper will examine deeper into the individual dimensions, defining and analysing each section. It will also provide information of both countries and where they stand on the dimensions and the reason why. The dimensions scores of the two countries showed the difference between the two distinctive cultures. The study will provide better understanding of the cultures and its values.