You also have to understand and accept that the other person has other values and beliefs too!
For Korean women, they hold values and beliefs that their society and culture have given them ever since they were little girls.
You’ll have plenty of time during your stay here to ask yourself that.
The reason why I pose this question to you because you have to be honest with both yourself and with the women you’re with.
They have to deal with the stares that they’ll be getting on the street, in the subway, when they try to introduce you to their families. If you’re from developing countries or aren’t white, then get ready to deal with worse than what I’m talking about here!
Not to mention the barrage of questions they’ll be getting such as “Is he just another English Teacher? If you’re in Korea, you’ll have to accept the fact that some old man (adjoshi) might chase you down , yelling obscenities at your girlfriend just because she is with you.
Too many foreigners have been careless and foolish here.Their bodies might be back in Korea, but their minds and imagination is still overseas. Now with an influx of foreign foods, goods, and people, both men and women are “sampling” foreigners to satisfy their curiosity. Many times I have had women leave our relationship simply because they never saw it as anything serious anyway (Not that there’s anything really wrong with that.) Korean women are starting to explore their sexuality (which is great news) but they would not consider a serious relationship with a foreigner because of the reasons I talk about here.For the last choice, Korean women must seriously consider what their peers will think of them. ” Note: I’m not even speaking for the foreigners who aren’t Westerners.To add to the fire, foreigners are harshly misrepresented in the Korean media, especially English Teachers.The standard viewpoint of English Teachers is that they’re “losers back home” who can’t get a proper job.