Dating with korean
If you sit at home all day, you’re never going to meet anyone, let alone a boy.
In my experience, Korean guys I meet are more open-minded and have studied abroad thus susceptible to other ideas outside his country. Dating in Korea or dating a Korean man isn’t as hopeless as it sounds. According to a survey about Dating in Korea done by 10 Magazine, 47% of their female correspondents had a Korean significant other.This can be very dangerous and something you need to be aware of.There is a sex culture of wanting to sleep with a foreigner, especially if they don’t look Asian and even more if they’re white. You also need to watch out for if he just wants someone to teach him English.One of the best pieces of advice I got so far is you can get him to make the first move by making eye contact, smiling, or saying hello first. ) This gives the guy the confidence to go for it and lets him know you’re feeling each other. Should the feeling out start happening, your chances are pretty darn good if he’s eyeing and smiling back at you, but he’s maybe not making the first move because of actual (or imagined) cultural and language barriers.
Many Korean guys believe foreign girls don’t know anything about Korean culture—or speak Korean.
I find this correlation in Western culture as well.
Think about it, if it’s hard for a guy of your own culture to approach a group of women, how is a guy who isn’t confident in his English going to?
If you meet someone face to face, you most likely know they’re being sincere.
I know this is something some of you may not want to hear, but it’s true.
Many Koreans want to experience something different. It’s not so much about a winning personality as it is about looks. Sometimes Korean men are also aware of passports and want that green card to further their career, job opportunities, aspects in life, etc.