White girl dating korean guy

Another misconception is living in Korea is heavenly or a paradise. Many struggles can be felt here especially among foreigners.

Again, this country has only recently opened its doors to foreigners and a lot of misinformation about foreigners is still going around.

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.

From a dating point of view the main difference is how quickly things move.

The biggest differences between France and Korea are the safety (you can come home at 4am and not be afraid), leave your phone on the table while you order, the respect for the older generation, and the humor (Korean people don’t get our sex jokes 😂).

Unfortunately, many Koreans are not open minded enough and judgmental.

Men here seem a lot more respectful, tell you how beautiful you are, and are very openly caring and gentlemanly.

For example my boyfriend will carry my bags, open doors, and help me with anything.

If a guy asks you to pay before you offer then it’s rude.“How can I date in Korea if I don’t have milky white skin? Everyone has their preferences and some people just don’t care. 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.To be honest, I can’t see any benefits relating to him being a Korean.Sure, he was such a gentleman and makes sure I am well taken cared for, etc.

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