>>1336810>How good / cheap beer is in SK?
2-3 bucks a beer, tastes like it too but it’s beer, more than 5-10 if you want imports >How was dating SK girls in your experience?
Couple culture is big. Multiple holidays and incentives to be apart of a couple. Couple clothes(my ex didn’t like this thank god), selfies and a fuckton of pictures. A lot of Netflix and fucking, eating a bunch of different foods, go to romantic couple things,shopping, stuff like that.
Just think of normal dating but more pictures and more showing off you’re a couple. All my subjective experience.
However, fuckbuddies do not resolve around this couple mentality in my experience. Usually a met up with a few options (coffee>fuck) (coffee>food> fuck) (arcade/shopping >movie>fuck) or sometimes just meet and fuck. I met those girls clubbing or on tinder
Use korean and speak/text it as often as you can. They think it’s adorable.>What are good places to hit on girls?
Bars/clubs/tinder/dating apps, yup you got it. Sometimes English clubs.>eating out
Korean food is cheap, western food is more expensive. Eat like a local and save money.>How did you feel as a foreigner living there?
Mostly positive. If you have double eyelids and a prominent nose ridge be prepared for “wow so pretty/handsome”
If you’re fat/thin they will tell you objectively. Don’t take it hard.
Some racism like “no foreigners allowed” in certain clubs. Sometimes they’ll try to overprice you on shit. Alleviate this by traveling with a korean friend or know how to haggle. I haggled motel prices from 70 bucks down to 45 before so even that’s possible.>Also I recognize you from countless threads about SK, I hope everything is going well in your life man
Thanks anon. I’ve been here awhile. I lived in Korea 2015-2017. I’m getting my masters in education for mathematics and English atm, lookin at university positions /int-nat schools down the road. So far so good.
Hmu if u got any more Qs.