Dating a korean boy
A decade ago many Korean parents were against interracial dating. If you can show your interest in Korean culture and willingness to join and help their family then you’re more likely to be accepted. In other words it’s his job to make the money for the family but it’s your job to take care of it.
They say that The reason for it is that their role and yours changes depending on your relationship situation.
He will probably get you a beeper and pay for it just to keep in constant touch with you.
He'll take you places, help you shop, be your translator-on-call. But there are many issues to deal with when dating Korean men.
For one thing, you have a 99.9% chance of having to accept that the love of your life hasn't told his parents that you exist, or if he has, he has told them that you are his English teacher.
Koreans tend not to introduce their boyfriends/girlfriends to their parents unless they are planning to marry.
Whereas a Western man values independence and equality it’s not so for a Korean man.Once they get over their initial shyness, you will find that many Korean men will want to ask you out or just to get to know you better.Foreigners are not THAT common here, so they are all very curious about foreign women, especially western women.When dating a Korean man, you can always enjoy the deliciousness of Korean cousine home-made!Even if your boyfriend/spouse isn’t a master chef, he probably knows how to cook the basics!