American girl dating korean man
You get freaking spoiled (sometimes annoyed) by how much they will contact you, but this means anxiety triples when they become MIA.
Do dress up on your dates because these Korean boys will dress up/suit up every time they take you out.
It’s not uncommon for a guy to show up wearing a shirt, khaki, a blazer, matching shoes, and perfectly done hair – to a date at an amusement park.
They often dress like they’ve popped out of print ads in magazines.
One thing that Korean guys seem to enjoy doing is refer to themselves as “Oppa.” For instance, instead of saying “I’ll buy you dinner/I’ll do that for you,” they will say “Oppa will buy you dinner/ Oppa will do that for you.” Seriously, when a guy that I’m not too interested does this, every bit of hair on my body stands up.
Good thing that comes with this phenomenon is that Korean guys in general are very responsible and almost trained to take care of girls in all ways possible.
– When walking on the sidewalk, they always make sure they are on the outer lane closer to the cars – They will take off their coat for you in cold weather – They arrive ten minutes early to dates and don’t mind waiting few minutes (I think some expect girls to be late).
But don’t be too impressed because it’s probably 50% for other people to see, 30% for themselves, and 20% for you.This can be a bit frustrating, but girls often expect the same from guys so it’s a mutual thing I suppose.It’s always really hard to have a girl’s night out if one of the girl is in a relationship. – Texting an opposite gender -Calling an opposite gender – Talking to an opposite gender – Looking at an opposite gender -Thinking about an opposite gender So basically anything that has to do with the opposite gender is a no.In comparison to guys I’ve dated from other culture, Korean guys are great at keeping in touch, constantly.This made it hard for me to adapt to ABC guys that were texting 2,3 messages per day or every two three days because Korean guys will text you every day. It’s not that they’re more/less into you; I think it’s a norm.