The Korean compiled the most frequent questions If there is only one thing to remember about Korean men, it’s this: they are men before they are Korean. The Korean cannot stress this point enough: KOREAN MEN ARE EXACTLY THE SAME AS ALL MEN. There is a huge pressure to be married by a certain age.Korean dramas feed upon the fact that you womenfolks are always trying to find some men that do not exist in real world. No man expects to find a woman who cooks like Rachel Ray and screws like Jenna Jameson. The Korean covered this topic before: try cooking for him. There is no love serum that especially works on Korean men. Once that age is past, it’s as if Koreans are on fire sale.This is worse with Korean women, but men are definitely affected by this as well.There is no such thing as “ultra super special Korean guy-to-girl gift”, except possibly on certain days. If it has an uber secret hidden message, he would probably tell you.According to Gustavo Arellano, the most common question for the Mexican is “Why do Mexicans swim with their clothes on?” Well, for the Korean, the most common question is this: “[Who/what/when/why/how] do Korean guys [like/dislike/act/feel] [in/about/with/for] girls?In the world of AMWF couples there are probably the only two questions that people ask. As for guys I think the most common is ‘Why you’re dating a white/foreign girl? ’ – my husband had been asked almost every single time I was introduced to his friends. And to make it funnier – NONE of them mentioned love. And neither did he answer with ‘Love’ – according to him he never felt physical attraction to Asian girl. As for me – why I date an Asian man: my dating history couldn’t be a script for ‘Sex and the City’, it’s rather boring.
I am currently learning how to speak Korean and I plan on abandoning English for the most part and making Korean my primary language when I have a good enough grasp of it.I grew older, I met people from all over the world and got a closer look for men’s behaviors.I noticed, at least for men I know, Asian guys are more like gentlemen, they treat their relationships more serious and are less likely to give up.I am completely IN LOVE with this country and I want to do all I can to make myself into a good korean citzen, I do not want to seem ugly... Here is a perspective from a white American woman about dating a Korean man in Korea. , the Korean presents the special guest blogger, I'm No Picasso -- after the jump. To me, there are two very different, very separate questions being asked here, which are kind of misrepresenting themselves as one: how can I be attractive (not ugly) to Koreans (specifically, I guess, Korean men, like Big Bang) and how can I be a good Korean citizen who is assimilated within Korean society.I simply want to assimilate into South Korean society. The Korean answered this type of question in a previous post, which is still the No. history in terms of readership, but crap like this just does not stop flooding the Korean's inbox. The two are heavily unrelated, although they may cross paths occasionally (with the -- in my opinion -- right people).