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When I came in as their teacher, the weather was already starting to chill. I know I should have been more sympathetic, but it was just too cute.
Usually when I ask this question, they perk right up and shout out that the weather is windy, snowy, rainy, or cold. How could I have forgotten that my poor middle school students are teeming with hormones and are in the prime age of “that awkward phase” we all wish we could forget but cruel mothers and photographs filled with braces and pimples won’t allow us to? I decided to scratch the lesson I had planned for the day and just talk to them and let them vent about their teenage problems.
Yesterday, I asked my students what the weather was like outside.
They’re used to this warm up after 10 months of being my students.
Some might think differently, but since I was born and raised in Korea, I can say I am pretty much very Korean. Let me give you some tips that you need to know when you are dating a Korean girl or when you want to make your Korean girlfriend happy. That is why Korean men are always very stressed about how they can make the woman happy by organizing some special party or proposal usually in public (or with bunch of friends).
So, if you are assertive, she might just follow you.
If you’ve lived in Korea, what other dating tips can you lend to expats going on dates with Koreans?
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Korean men usually pay for each component of the date and will refuse to allow the girl to pay, especially on the first date.
Koreans tend to be shy with members of the opposite sex, so to ease the tension group dates are pretty common.
When going on dates, the man feels he should pay for everything.