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.
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.
Other Stuff about Korean Boys…OK, I’m being sarcastic about Korean boys with all that’s said above.
However, the tenets are true and if there’s one thing you should know, when it comes to public displays of affection, we tend to be fairly shy.
When a Korean man is in love with you, you will know it. They will show it in the most surprising ways sometimes.
You can probably expect flowers or silly little gifts.
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.If fact, there are so many issues around this, that I could probably create another website devoted to just that. Great question but I can only speak from a Korean-American (Ko Am) perspective. Korean Boys are Loyal Once you grab our hearts, we are loyal to a fault. If it weren’t for me, you’d have dishes piled to the ceiling!We like girlfriends who are concerned about our well-being. If it weren’t for girls like me, you’d still be living with your parents! *Starts vacuuming**Korean Boy starts playing Overwatch/Halo on PC while girlfriend tends to domestic duties.*Korean Boys know when to say Sorry Believe it or not, we hate when our girl is hurt by something we did or said. Don’t you know that cooking for you means that I care about you?? Korean Boys are Obedient Whether you agree or not, Korean boys listen to the advice of their girlfriends. Korean Boy: I’ve hung out with your friends like 20 times so far. Besides, you look so handsome when you wear the right clothes. *Picks the tightest, ball-crushing, skinny jeans that haven’t been worn in years.*Korean Boy: *Gulps.* I really don’t want to wear those.Here’s a good conversational reenactment:*Door bell rings.*Korean Boy: Oh! Stupid or not, we value our relationship and seek to make it stronger. *Puts a fried egg on top/or adds pepper.*Korean Boy: This is like the third day so far that I’ve eaten the same thing. Isn’t it time we just dressed comfortably for once? Can’t I wear the nice khakis/cargo pants I normally wear to school/work?? Don’t you understand that I want you to be the best-looking, handsomest man tonight??From my experiences (my wife is Korean) the married women don’t put out a whole lot either. They may tell you you’re fat-but-cute, and that large hips (meaning your ass) are glamorous. Korean girls might be interested in an occasional session of heavy kissing and hugging, but it’s also not so rare to get one in the sack only to find out she’s what? This is not to say foreign guys have no chance in Korea. If the father is out of the picture, usually passed away, then this girl has no leash and can do what she wants. Korean women who do get into relationships are usually seeking husbands.The unspoken law for western men trying to get sex is look for the girl who is smoking. Rumor has it that Western men occasionally cook, clean, come home early at night and even play with their kids. Some Korean girls would have you believe all western men look like either Brad Pitt or Fred Flintstone.Some guys will be genuinely interested in you as a person, some will want a girlfriend to practice English with, and some will view you as a trophy.Since Western guys also have very similar motives in dating, you will probably be able to easily tell which type of guy you are talking to.Hi Sooni/Lisa, you’re back again…Sooni/Lisa: Hey sweetie, I know you had such a hard day at school/work. Here’s a further reenactment…Sooni/Lisa: Oh sweetie, you’ve been studying/working hard all day! Korean Boy: Uh, is it going to be fried rice or ramen noodles again? Korean Boy: I really don’t think that’s important tonight.After all, everyone knows I’m with you.*Sooni/Lisa gives Korean Boy the “Look”**Korean Boy gulps and wears the jeans.*Korean Boy (in a higher octave voice): OK sweetie, let’s head out.