Rules Of Dating Korean Women
If you have met a beautiful Korean woman and are interested in asking her out on a date, but are unsure of what the cultural differences might be, these rules of dating Korean women will be very helpful. Remember that, depending on a Korean woman's upbringing and how long her family has been in the United States, she may be more American than Korean in her manners and cultural behavior, so you should also need to act accordingly.
- Family is very important to Korean women, especially those whose families have recently immigrated to the United States. A Korean woman is usually very respectful of her family's wishes and will try not to upset them by doing anything it might not approve of. Depending on how old fashioned the family is, don't be surprised if a Korean woman's family refuses to meet you if you are not of the same race.
- Don't make comments to a Korean woman such as, "I love Asian women," or, "I think Asian women are so beautiful." While you may be completely sincere, no woman wants to feel like you want to date her because of her "type." Even if you don't mean it that way, it will make her feel less than special.
- Don't assume that all Korean women will be quiet and obedient geishas. For one thing, geishas are Japanese, dude. But secondly, if her family has been in the United States for many years and has adopted the culture, she is going to be more American like in her behavior than not. It's also important not to be fooled by a soft-spoken exterior. Many Korean women have a very strong core of steel.
- Don't try to get too intimate too quickly. Korean women are generally raised in a more sheltered environment than her American counterpart. She may also feel it would bring disrespect upon her family if she were to behave in a promiscuous manner.
- Don't make Asian jokes or make fun of her culture. That may seem obvious, but some guys may throw in an unwise joke, thinking his Korean date might enjoy the humor, but it's not a good idea. She may laugh when you say it, but secretly hates it.
- Don't mix your Asian races up or assume that they are all culturally the same. It would be like a Korean woman assuming that Germans, Italians and Spaniards should all speak the same language because they all sort of look alike. Additionally, there has been tension in Korea with its Asian neighbors over the years. Many elderly Koreans, for instance, still have not forgiven the Japanese for the atrocities they committed in their country in World War Two.
- Plan a nice date where you two can speak. Take the time to learn about her, her ambitions, and her family. Share with her information about yourself and the things you enjoy to do.
- Lastly, don't be intimidated if when you talk to her family, they sound harsh or angry. The Korean manner of speaking can come off sounding very abrupt and unfriendly, especially if the family members don't have a good grasp of the English language.