Dating in korean
Apparently girls sending photos of their outfits to their boos before a night out with the girls isn’t all that uncommon either…12 - Koreans (seriously) dating Western men vs. From what I’ve seen it’s way more common for Korean women to date (and marry) Western men.
I’m not saying there aren’t plenty of Korean men Western women but the opposite combination is much more prevalent.
In part I, we touched on the popularity of blind dates, love motels, coupledom obsession, and the over-the-top communication patterns.
Here are the 7 remaining peculiarities of Korea’s dating culture:11 - On jealousy and possessiveness.
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The couple culture in Korea is so strong that the question “Do you have a boyfriend/girlfriend?
” is asked by strangers as casually as if they were asking about the weather.
Being in a relationship is considered the norm here, and there are no right or wrong ways to meet a special someone in Korea.
Blind dates and online dating are completely normal in the land of morning calm. When going out with friends, the oldest member of the group usually pays for the meals and drinks.
This Korean food tradition of “the oldest pays” trickles into dating.