Rules dating korean guys
Approaching strangers is not common in this country. Maybe it’s because I never had to suffer through 16 hour school days. As a result, Korean women are either studying or working all day and sometimes all night. They want to get out, and they see dating a foreigner as a way to escape the high expectations.
In fact, I once told a Korean friend of mine that walking up to a stranger and introducing yourself is not uncommon in the West. Maybe it’s because of the culture I grew up in, a culture that encourages being cool instead of being a crammer. They know that a Korean mother-in-law expects them to work all day and to be a perfect mother and housewife.
You wouldn’t be the first guy who comes to South Korea to teach English for a couple of months and who then decides to stay forever.
Some guys fall in love with the culture; others fall in love with a woman.
Yes, every month and every day has a different theme.
Korean people are extremely proud of their relationships.
They are, but they only show it when you are in a private environment. Okay, it’s not that extreme, but thinking about all the anniversary days in the Korean dating culture makes my head spin.
And it usually starts with a simple “annyeonghaseyo” on a Korean dating site or with a moment of eye contact on a busy street in Seoul.
Don’t even think about kissing a Korean woman in public. Unless you want to never see her again, you shouldn’t do it.
But that doesn’t mean that Korean women are not affectionate.
Eventually, you’ll meet a woman who makes your heart thump, and you need to be prepared for this moment.
You don’t want to be one of these guys who mess up every first date because they violate every unspoken rule of the Korean dating culture.