Dating and marriage customs in korea anvil dating dronfield
From a dating point of view the main difference is how quickly things move.
There is no second guessing if a guy likes you or not because he will make it clear he does straight away.
Marry or be with a man not because he is Korean but because of who he is.
Cultural differences can always be an issue between interracial couples, but I believe personality clashes are more critical than cultural ones.
Also, having standards based on shallow perceptions and foundations must be avoided.
Dating a Korean guy has enhanced my expat experience: helping me out with problems, translating, going on trips together in his car, learning some of the language, the compliments, and no game playing.
Maybe in a sense, Korean men (in general) are chivalrous in one way or another when it comes to dating.
They work too hard which means not having ample time to hang out.
Men here seem a lot more respectful, tell you how beautiful you are, and are very openly caring and gentlemanly.
This isn’t to sound condescending or anything but last I checked, love comes in all different shapes, sizes, colors, and nationalities. While I understand the concern due to white skin being considered the most beautiful on Asian women, Korean men don’t all necessarily feel the same.
But one thing I can tell you for sure is, you should probably be learning Korean and studying up on Korean culture.
Sure, he was such a gentleman and makes sure I am well taken cared for, etc.
I think these traits are not specific to Korean men only.