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Allow me tell about Korean guys culture that is dating

Allow me tell about Korean guys culture that is dating

I’m going to simply place this available to you: I wouldn’t exactly be a hot commodity to Koreans if I were single in Korea. Even though this is simply a concept of mine, i believe i've seen Korean partners sufficient in the previous 4-5 months to feel just like it is true. Here’s why…

Korean women can be seen by Korean guys as porcelain dolls- pretty, fragile, slim, soft, nutritious, virtuous, and exceptionally reasonable skinned. Females here don’t attempt to attain tanned, nicely toned and bodies that are athletic feamales in the U.S. do. On the other hand, they make an effort to be extremely slim and soft, rather than in every method muscular or tan. Because of this, personally i think that I could snap any of the women in half over my knee if I were ever caught in a cat fight here in Korea. Not too I would personally, though, of course.

You will always find that the man has when you see couples in public here

their hands round the woman, is holding her bag, their shopping bags, and all sorts of the whilst this woman is putting on stiletto heels (i possibly could compose a whole post on Koreans putting on stilettos at all times during the time, while sightseeing, even though putting on sweat pants, but i am going to conserve that for the next time). a teacher that is korean of told us that the guys right right right here positively want to dote on the girlfriends. They constantly carry the woman’s purse and tend to be making real experience of them one way or another all the time. Our instructor additionally told us that Korean women whine a complete great deal, and that their boyfriends think it is cute… actually, females? Really?!

We will acknowledge that after I see those kinds of couples whenever I’m back in the us, We roll my eyes. Right right Here, nevertheless, it is more widespread to see. In reality, it really is normal for partners to wear… brace yourself… matching clothes. I’m not speaing frankly about a vow ring or matching bracelets, I’m speaking about matching black and yellowish PLAID coats, or matching rugby shirts with matching shorts. (Jason and I really perform a game title predicated on this sensation ( many many thanks Britt!); each time we come across a matching couple, we need to function as very first anyone to say “same-sies” therefore we arrive at strike the loser).

With myself as to why this may be the case in Korea although it’s difficult at times, I don’t like to judge other people based on what I may consider tacky, so I have attempted to reason:

  1. We now have heard off their Koreans and foreigners that having a boyfriend or gf isn't since prevalent because it is right straight right back in the us. In fact, one of our Korean friends is enthusiastic about the concept of obtaining a girlfriend- that is all he wishes but he can’t appear to get one. This indicates in my experience that since dating just isn't as casual right here, if you are in a relationship it is made by it that much more special. Men desire to make sure everyone understands the lady is theirs, so essentially these are typically peeing to their territory. Perhaps Not certain hey, to each their own if it justifies wearing matching jackets and shirts, but.
  2. Korean moms and dads are notoriously strict in terms of their childrens’ partners.

  3. A few our buddies right right here in Korea, whom train English and have now Korean buddies, additionally told us another interesting relationship powerful that I thought had been actually intense. Whenever a lady is with in a relationship, she doesn't speak to every other dudes, at all. Evidently it really is a indication of respect to her boyfriend (whom appears become extremely overly and insecure jealous) and also this means she can’t also speak with her guy friends anymore. We nevertheless have actually yet to verify this with any Koreans myself, however it is interesting that when We heard I started noticing that couples are never with anyone else about it. They have been either alone, that is practically all regarding the partners we see, or these are typically possibly with another couple. Perhaps this may additionally assist explain why relationships look therefore different right here.

That I have been noting in my head since the moment we arrived here like I mentioned earlier, these are just my thoughts that stem from a few observations. We find these social points become fascinating and We additionally love individuals viewing and I also am quite good if I may say so, which makes me a great researcher for this type of subject at it. One of my favorite quotes comes from an episode from Intercourse while the City: “Some people do crafts and arts. We judge.” Maybe maybe perhaps Not that we judge individuals, but we report the things I see and hear. Just sayin’.

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