Consider this before dating a korean girl
Armed with their fake degrees, they’ll come to Korea to make more money than they’re worth in the marketplace, or to spread AIDS with everyone who’s wearing a skirt. Korean women either: a/ choose to go overseas and don’t tell their peers about their relationship(s) with foreigners b/ choose to have a fling (or two) with foreigners just to satisfy a curiosity c/ choose to go against their peers and thus against Korean society When my Korean friends go overseas for the first time, I warn them.I hate to say it, but foreigners will never be a part of Korean society as we know it: harmonious, functional, “pure”… I tell them that they will not be the same person when they come back.To add to the fire, foreigners are harshly misrepresented in the Korean media, especially English Teachers.The standard viewpoint of English Teachers is that they’re “losers back home” who can’t get a proper job.Like flying fish that jump out of the water for the first time, they will know that there is more to life than the society in which they grew up in (as for anyone leaving their native surroundings for the first time!) Some of my Korean friends liked travelling so much that they never really came back.These are my conclusions: Korea has some of the most beautiful and fun women in the world, but if you want to have a serious relationship with them in Korea you need to understand and accept a few things.You need to understand that dating a foreigner is still seen as taboo here.
In fact it can be downright frustrating no matter how much you love each other!
😉 ) In spite of the “integration” that’s been happening in South Korea’s tourism industry, a Korean woman dating a foreign man is frowned upon and a woman’s peers assume that she is unable to find a proper Korean man so she has to settle for a foreigner. I told you, this is going to be brutal, but if you plan on coming here, I want you to know what I wish someone had told me.