Gay korean dating

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It seems like Korean guys are in demand because many of my single girlfriends have been telling me how much they’d like to learn Korean just to date Korean boys. Quite understandable considering how men are portrayed in all these Korean MVs, dramas, and movies.

But really, that’s like saying I want to date a Lawyer after watching Suite. They sometimes go MIA, put friends over you, breaks your heart, forget your birthday etc.

– If you call them for help in the middle of the night (even at 2,3 in the morning), most of them will help you – On these occasions, I’ve learned that girls should expect the guy to prepare some sort of “surprise” – it’s not very surprising once you realize that it’s always going to be a bouquet of roses, a teddy bear, cake, and candles.

But still, it’s very sweet that guys will go such lengths to do things for the girls they like. But sometimes it’s the guys that are more into stuff like this.

The key to this meet is to dress like a news broadcaster (think pastel colored conservative outfit that is flattering but classsy), wear minimal make-up, and be super, super nice. It doesn’t matter if that’s not the real you, because the real you is not what they want to see.

I know many of my non-Korean friends find this freaky, but I must say small things like same keychains are kind of cute. In general, Korean guys are more “hardworking” when it comes to relationships.

Once you get serious, then the paying becomes a bit more even, maybe girls pay 3:7/4:6. I’m sure most of you have heard of this phrase through Psy’s Gangnam Style.

This phrase carries an odd mix of varying sentiments that ranges from being responsible, protective, to having more power, status, and right.

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.

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