Dating in korean culture
In traditional Korean culture, women held one lifetime goal: to get married and have children.Contemporary Korean women have different options, and that is changing the way many look at marriage.In the Korean culture, young people are taught early to recognize their accountability to their parents -- and the need for parent advice and guidance in important life decisions, including courtship and marriage.
For young Koreans, it is common to partner with matchmaking sites and dating services in the quest to find true love -- and equally as common for parents to be the ones signing them up for such services.
Here’s our video on “How to Meet Korean Singles”: 5.
Celebrating Every 100 Days People around the world celebrate yearly anniversaries; really lovey-dovey couples celebrate monthly anniversaries; and unhealthily obsessed teenagers celebrate even more often. Of course the big yearly milestones are celebrated just the same.
Instead of leaving things up to chance encounters (which can result in murderous strangers), Koreans prefer potential mates to have a reference to make sure both of you will be (to some degree) a match.
Having that friend as a buffer will make sure he/she isn’t some crazy drunk that’ll come banging on your door at 3AM.