PARAMUS, N.J. – By their food and their games shall ye know them, say students of world cultures. Not one to buck sage advice, I am sitting with four of South Korea’s best male golfers at a picnic table by the 15th hole at Ridgewood Country Club in this over-the-Hudson-River suburb of New York. We are eating dak kang jung, chili-pepper-laden chunks of lightly breaded chicken. These players – Sung Kang, Si Woo Kim, Whee Kim and Byeong Hun An (known as Ben) – have 11 worldwide victories among them. Kang, 30, is the oldest. Si Woo Kim, 23, won the Players Championship in 2017. They gathered at midday Wednesday, the day before the first round of the Northern Trust (tee times), the first of four FedEx Cup playoff events, to sign autographs and chow down on Korean delicacies with their fans.