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As Askakorean blog concisely states, Women in Korea were clearly divided into two camps along the dichotomy, and it is a one-way street if they do cross the divide. Instead, Korean couples use kakaotalk messenger to keep each other updated non-stop. There’s always variations from couple to couple, but the fact that this list exists may come as a surprise.
While couples in North America are much more “chill” and like to take things slow, my observation of Korean couples is that they love going all out and externally celebrating their togetherness.
But I must say that there is some merit to Korean boys’ courting style that is hard to match.
So here, I list out some of the common occurrences of dating a Korean guy based on my personal experience and of the experiences of my lovely Korean girlfriends.
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Thousands of happy men and women have met their soul mates on Korean Cupid and have shared their stories with us. For a fun, safe and uniquely Korean dating experience, join free today. A site written by Oegukeen and helped greatly by Kimchi Man.Check out info about Korean men, Korean tutorials, as well as answers we have given for the most popular of over 200 questions our curious readers have submitted so far. There was that watch, the silver watch I would recognize in an instant because it was on every photo of him I have seen.My Korean boyfriend was born and raised in South Korea and I was born and raised in Europe. Now we were so close we could have touched each other. And his hands were just as manly and beautiful as in the photos. My eyes went down again to his hand but this time it wasn’t resting in his lap.As I tried to prepare for the difficult journey ahead – with almost 6,000 miles (around 10 000 km) of distance between our countries and expecting culture clashes, misunderstandings and language barriers – I turned to guidance online by people who had already gone through what still lay ahead for me. After all, I haven’t done much else than stare at his photos for the last few months. Could have, had it not been for a huge glass pane dividing the arrivals from people ready to greet them. Before I knew what had happened I was awkwardly hugging him. My Korean boyfriend who I was seeing in person for the first time in my life. It was outstreched, palm-upward, ready for me to hold it.