What to know about dating a korean girl
I’ve been living in South Korea for more than 3 years, going on dozens of dates and then dating many Korean women not because I wanted to, but because of I had no other choice: I’m a foreigner. I’ve read books about the country, am learning the language, and have helped both foreigners and Koreans with their dating lives. In fact it can be downright frustrating no matter how much you love each other!On top of that, you’re going to have communication barriers beyond just language.Finally, you need to ask yourself how long you plan on living in Korea and if it’s worth it at all! When it comes to relationships, the only difference between dating in North Korea and South Korea is that both countries have different governments (Not that I’ve tried anything in North Korea!Just look at what Dan Bloom, Korea’s foremost expert on dating Korean women, has to say about them! The fierce competition for men in Korea means that Korean women really take care of themselves – it’s almost impossible to find an “American sized” Korean woman, if you know what I mean. Of course, as men, we’re in it for more than just physical look… Anybody who accuses Korean women of being “easy” should be lead off to the asylum.Having just gotten back from Japan, I can definitely see where Redpole Q’s characterization of Japanese girls hits its mark dead-center but, as good as Japanese women are, Korean women have some distinct advantages. Korean women have a desire to please that just isn’t matched in the West.😉 ) In spite of the “integration” that’s been happening in South Korea’s tourism industry, a Korean woman dating a foreign man is frowned upon and a woman’s peers assume that she is unable to find a proper Korean man so she has to settle for a foreigner. I told you, this is going to be brutal, but if you plan on coming here, I want you to know what I wish someone had told me.I want you to know just what you’re facing so that you won’t be as disappointed as I have been countless times.
Let me explain: She’ll ask you this in the first minute of conversation.
Hey ya'll, So I've been dating my boyfriend off & on for over a year, we met in Chinese class :)Unfortunately there are some things that confuse me & sometimes make me upset, but he says it's because of a difference in cultures.