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However, most dates were very similar to western experiences, like having some dinner and going to a movie. None of the women he dated drove cars or had drivers licenses.

This was distinct from women (mostly in America) who he knew and/or had dated in the past. Language miscommunication was common and could happen easily.

Obviously cultural differences come into play, but just what those differences are can be a matter for a nice, long debate.

Not everyone agrees when this subject is broached amongst people who are not from Korea but live here. I’ve been part of a few of those conversations, and after a nice healthy conversation usually some of us have to agree to disagree.

Therefore, we’ve written about some of the more juicy bits of info below to give y’all the skinny on not just foreigners and Koreans dating, but Koreans general standards for dating.

There really are so many cultural differences when it comes to dating in Korea versus dating in western countries.

In most western countries, the man opening the door for a woman to enter first is standard. Men usually must pay for dates, and this may be similar in both cultures, but as time goes by we’ve observed that Korean men tend to pay for things such as dates, flowers, movies, etc.

There is so much time either spent at school or spent studying that kids here have very little time to do anything else until university starts.

They do this, but mainly only in situations like being in a club in Gangnam, and.. Richard has had male students tell him before that they do in fact approach women they’ve never met in a club and ask for a phone number.

However, this is not the norm for meeting and dating women here.

This isn’t because they aren’t interested in girls.

It usually happens like this because guys are to shy to just ask a girl out cold.

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