Dating culture in south korea
They are pretty, cute, sexy, loyal, clean, sweet, fun and have an innocence about life that is quite refreshing.
After dating a Korean girl, many men get “Korean Fever”.
There are two sides to this coin: for one, we’d be lying if we said the U. Most everyone in Seoul agrees that appearance is given a high value in Korean society.
Part of this is attributed to the fact that the population is in such close proximity, there is always the constant awareness you are being watched, and consequently: critiqued.
To that end, your appearance says a lot about who you are in society.
To an American, the motto may go something like: "Look Poor, Act Rich" -we like to look good, without appearing as if we are trying to hard.
I’ve never written about dating before on this blog.
I’ve also never written about my proclivity towards AMWF relationships. I guess I don’t want people thinking it’s the only reason why I live here, in Asia.
Even when they are apart, they will constantly update each other on what they are doing, and send each other even pictures of their current meal!
I remember I have once waited at a traffic junction near my exchange university in Seoul, and I looked around me and counted the number of couples near me.
There were nine pairs of couples just within 5m radius of me.
You might be able to point out that Korean culture is firmly founded on traditional values, and therefore the girls truly may be as coy as they seem…but I’m here to tell you, they’re not.
Korean girls do just about everything else American girls do, the only differences is they keep it behind closed doors, and they don’t talk about it openly. Sexual advertising is everywhere, it’s impossibly to avoid, so maybe the Koreans are on to something here...is more.