Again, this country has only recently opened its doors to foreigners and a lot of misinformation about foreigners is still going around.
It takes time to get used to the Korean way of life and thinking.
My husband isn’t very expressive and tends to internalize his stress.
After all, how can you truly relate to anyone when you can’t even speak the language?
To be honest, I can’t see any benefits relating to him being a Korean.
Talking about things like marriage are common place from the offset (he asked my views on marriage on our second date).
Men here seem a lot more respectful, tell you how beautiful you are, and are very openly caring and gentlemanly.
You feel like a princess when dating a Korean, but it changes when your relationship becomes serious.
I always offer to pay the bill at the restaurant, but he usually doesn’t let me.
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.
I’m writing this post because over my time as a blogger in Korea, I’ve accumulated an inbox of similar questions with the same tune. You ever heard of the saying different strokes for different folks?