Dating customs of koreans
You might be able to point out that Korean culture is firmly founded on traditional values, and therefore the girls truly may be as coy as they seem…but I’m here to tell you, they’re not.Korean girls do just about everything else American girls do, the only differences is they keep it behind closed doors, and they don’t talk about it openly. Sexual advertising is everywhere, it’s impossibly to avoid, so maybe the Koreans are on to something here...is more.Today, matchmaking trends are much different -- placing the responsibility of finding a match with young singles.
It’s very easy to meet males or females when you are out drinking, but most Korean people will tell you that relationships that are developed from meeting someone in a bar never work.
Such 100-day anniversaries are so important to the couples that if one party forgets such anniversaries, the other party may use it as the reason for splitting up.
So, in South Korea, some people use smartphone app to help keep tracking of such 100-day anniversaries.
There are also some special romantic days in the South Korean calendar for couple celebrations.
As mentioned in my , apart from the Valentine’s Day (14 February) and White Day (14 March), couples also celebrate the Rose Day (14 May), Kiss Day (14 June), Silver Day (14 July), Green Day (14 August), Photo Day (14 September), Wine Day (14 October), Movie Day (14 November) and Hug Day (14 December).