Dating a korean
You know your Korean partner is taking the relationship serious when you get to meet the parents, or other family members.
Note: Of course, this is not the only way Koreans meet potential baby mamas and daddys.
Unlike other Asian countries, where it’s almost “a shame” not to be married by 25, Koreans tend to get married in their late 20s and early 30s.
This is partly due to the high pressure to provide house, car and a promising career by the time you tie the knot.
For example, in the dating culture of most Western countries, a guy will approach their potential date when they’re interested and strike up a conversation, even if the person is a stranger.
In Korea, especially if you’re not from Korea and are noticeably a tourist or a new local, you are far less likely to be approached by guys because they’re generally pretty shy when it comes to approaching strangers.