I find this correlation in Western culture as well.Think about it, if it’s hard for a guy of your own culture to approach a group of women, how is a guy who isn’t confident in his English going to?Two very common Korean pick up lines are, “Do you want to go to a DVD room? ” Newsflash, they are not really asking you to watch a movie or eat ramen.😉 Like anywhere in the world, if a Korean guy you just met asks you immediately if you have a boyfriend or if you’ve ever had sex with a Korean man, cut him off if that’s not what you’re looking for.If you speak basic Korean, your chances of keeping his attention are very high, You need to figure out how to break barriers and figure out how to make the first move without being too aggressive.If you’re out in public, at a bar, club, etc,, usually Korean guys in groups will have more confidence because they are with their friends.If you meet someone face to face, you most likely know they’re being sincere.I know this is something some of you may not want to hear, but it’s true.
According to a survey about Dating in Korea done by 10 Magazine, 47% of their female correspondents had a Korean significant other.(Yes, we wish.) Korean guys are normal guys just like any guy in the world.Some stereotypes include: Some Korean men have a fascination with white foreigners.Compared to a very sexless Japan, a foreign woman’s chances of dating a Korean man is quite good.In my experience, Korean guys I meet are more open-minded and have studied abroad thus susceptible to other ideas outside his country.