I’m sure this is not specific to Korean men, but due to the rather distinct gender roles.
Compared to other countries, this type of behavior is quite common. A lot of ladies around the globe swoon from the handsome idols on Korean entertainment.
My husband isn’t very expressive and tends to internalize his stress.
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?
“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.
Just be yourself and don’t let guys treat you badly.
Talk a lot because expressing yourself is really important. Mika met her boyfriend in a bar in Hongdae while he was celebrating his birthday with friends.
Sure, he was such a gentleman and makes sure I am well taken cared for, etc.
I think these traits are not specific to Korean men only.
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.
He found my new apartment and took care of all of it.
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 😂).
From a dating point of view the main difference is how quickly things move.