Note: Before you bust out your calendar to start counting each day, just use the 100 day calculator on Naver! South Korea is slowly starting to follow this trend.Be aware of the following: UB Love, a less popular site than Korean cupid, but is both for men and woman looking for a Korean partner.
You’ll find that most of the woman do not have a paid profile, so you’ll have more options when going for the paid subscription.
But instead of counting months, the Korean equivalents to the lovey-dovey couples that celebrate monthly will instead celebrate anniversaires in denominations of 100 days (i.e. It’s more common for younger and more affectionate couples to celebrate this way, so not everyone pays attention to this.
But this is definitely a Korean way to celebrate being in love.
Blind dates in Korea are extremely common and one of the most common ways to meet people in a relatively ‘safe’ way.
Note: Of course, this is not the only way Koreans meet potential baby mamas and daddys.