Men all over the world have different tastes and you should accept dating is going to be a miss and hit.
To compose this guide, I spoke with fellow bloggers, Korean guys, friends who have Korean boyfriends and husbands, and what advice they would give to girls dating in Korea.
Again, going with the advice of getting out there, some girls have been hit on by going to restaurants they like and got hit on by waiters!
Myeongdong is crowded with people shoulder to shoulder.
Most of the time you won’t have to worry about them doing anything slick because they won’t want to make an ass out of themselves in front of their friends.
Many Korean men also have the fear of approaching a group of foreign women.
Here’s your crash course 101 before you go into this guide: dating rules vary from country to country.
There is a sex culture of wanting to sleep with a foreigner, especially if they don’t look Asian and even more if they’re white. You also need to watch out for if he just wants someone to teach him English.
One of the best pieces of advice I got so far is you can get him to make the first move by making eye contact, smiling, or saying hello first. ) This gives the guy the confidence to go for it and lets him know you’re feeling each other. Should the feeling out start happening, your chances are pretty darn good if he’s eyeing and smiling back at you, but he’s maybe not making the first move because of actual (or imagined) cultural and language barriers.
Many Korean guys believe foreign girls don’t know anything about Korean culture—or speak Korean.
Knowing more Japanese language certainly helped, but it definitely was not the only thing.
I did develop more confidence in talking to women, but I still find it difficult to break the ice.