What works in America or the UK may not work its charm in a foreign land.
Koreans can be very much intimidated by English and shy away from girls that know none of their native language.
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.
I find this correlation in Western culture as well.
😉 Like anywhere in the world, if a Korean guy you just met asks you immediately if you have a boyfriend or if you’ve ever had sex with a Korean man, cut him off if that’s not what you’re looking for.
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.
According to a survey about Dating in Korea done by 10 Magazine, 47% of their female correspondents had a Korean significant other.
Compared to a very sexless Japan, a foreign woman’s chances of dating a Korean man is quite good.