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I have hesitated to write this post, as it’s quite personal and I don’t want to offend anyone as I do try to be sensitive to the cultural norms of the country that I am living in.However, I have had some interesting experiences while dating in Korea, and felt that I needed to share some of them.
I left our coffee date feeling quite excited to go out with him that Friday.
I met him at a soju bar in Gangnam, where he proceeded to get hammered.
He rode horses in Gangnam, he dressed well, and he had a good job.
We arranged to meet for coffee later in the week, and he impressed me even more.
That’s when he grabbed my purse and put it behind him, stating that I wasn’t going anywhere.
Now, this situation was, quite frankly, starting to make me panic.
Here is where I should have just called it a night, but I felt bad (that’s that thing with so many women including myself- we hate seeming rude), so I went for one more drink.
The second we got into the next bar, his personality shifted from whiny to aggressive.
This post certainly doesn’t apply to all Korean men, and I did find that I had vastly different experiences when dating men who had experience living in another country besides Korea and who were completely fluent in English.
I have some lovely Korean friends who have told me I’ve just had bad luck, and that could be true.
Recently, I had been dating a Korean guy who I quite liked.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating