Korean guy dating
Remember, girls are the ones who like to play detective games with clues and such.
Guys never put in that much effort, except when they stop calling you back.
If you are considering dating/marrying a Korean man, look out for the following: 1. That means that they despise people whose skins are darker than them. Even if your guy is not racist, his parents, relatives, and friends are going to be racist. Korean men who come to Southeast Asia through a marriage broker do so because NO KOREAN WOMAN WOULD MARRY HIM. Of course, some men are just unlucky -- Korean women tend not to marry divorced men or men living in rural areas as farmers.
That makes a long-term relationship or marriage extremely difficult. The same principle applies everywhere: Korean men are exactly the same as all men. But many men are your classic, stuck-in-the-1960s type of Koreans whose hobbies include beating their wives. Regardless of going through a broker or not, watch out for older Korean men (in 30s~40s as opposed to in early 20s), for the simple reason that older Korean men are more likely to be racist, manipulative, and disrespectful to women.
Korean dramas feed upon the fact that you womenfolks are always trying to find some men that do not exist in real world. No man expects to find a woman who cooks like Rachel Ray and screws like Jenna Jameson. The Korean covered this topic before: try cooking for him. There is no love serum that especially works on Korean men. Once that age is past, it’s as if Koreans are on fire sale.
Although many Koreans would totally introduce you to everyone he/she knows, some people in Korea do not want to see George Costanza’s “World’s Colliding” theory come true.
It might be cool to hang out with your mutual friends from the photography class.
At some point, your guy will be forced to choose between you and everyone else he knows. And all men lie, beg, manipulate, and do other despicable things to have sex with women. The fact that they have less respect for you would make this more likely. Remember, there is a strong pressure for Koreans to get married in their early 30s at the latest.
So if there is a single Korean who is older than, say, 33, either s/he went through some unusual circumstances, or something is wrong with that person. Lastly, do not fall for the two classic mistakes that all women make about men at some point in their lifetime: "He is different from everyone" and "He will change for me." The first one is correct only about 20 percent of the time, and the second one is never correct.
This is worse with Korean women, but men are definitely affected by this as well.