In Shinya Shokudou, S3EP08, a Japanese lady who currently works in New York (but is back home in Japan for a bit) asks the owner of a Shokudou for a cigarette as he's smoking. The owner says "Over in the US, I heard that it's frowned upon if you're a smoker." according to the subtitles, but I can't make out what's being said for the "frowned upon if you're a smoker" part. Anyone have any idea?
Here's the clip: https://files.catbox.moe/8e1f4f.mp4
To me, it sounds like he's saying "Mukou ja, aigenka wa katami ga semai tte kiku kedo.", but it's the emboldened phrase that I can't find anything relevant about. All I know is "kokoro ga semai" would imply that someone is close-minded about something.