skip to content »

crafuslibo.tk

Dating etiquette

Would you like us to teach you a simple method for learning to read Hangeul (the Korean alphabet)?

Dating etiquette-72Dating etiquette-56Dating etiquette-38Dating etiquette-24

The best way to broaden your dating horizons the next time you’re in South Korea is by making friends, so start by talking and being friendly with as many people as possible!While you’re in Korea, throw the ‘three day rule’ out the window if you don’t want to ruin your chances with the new cutie you’re trying to talk to.Koreans are generally glued to their smart phones and love instant messaging, so if you choose not to reach out to your crush they may take it as you not being interested.In Korean dating culture, what typically happens is that as the evening progresses and you get dinner at a restaurant, go to a movie, stop by an ice cream shop afterwards, etc., one person will cover the entire tab at each place.Now, that means different things to different people — some men who tend to be more old fashioned prefer to pick up each check on the first date, whereas some women are more comfortable covering at least a portion of the evening.Although you won’t see many kisses while you’re venturing around Korea, feel free to hold your date’s hand or put your arm around them — these are both considered appropriate displays of affection and can make you feel closer to your date throughout the evening.

Whether it’s splitting the bill, texting, or PDA, you’re now familiar with all of the basics that will get you through the preliminary stages of dating when you’re in Korea next.

Furthermore, if your crush reaches out to you via text or IM (which they will, and often!

), if you don’t respond for a couple of hours because you aren’t checking your phone they will more likely than not think you are rejecting them.

Share your tips and insights in the comments below!

If you want to make sure your Korean language skills are good to go before your trip, check out our 90 Minute Challenge to learn Hangul, the Korean alphabet, and see where you stand.

In South Korea, passionate kisses and lingering hugs are considered tacky and inappropriate when they take place in public.