So it means that if you want to be with a Korean guy understand that you’re also going to be with his family.
They will influence his decision as to whether or not he will be with you.
Sure men generally have the same triggers and desires but not the same cultural upbringing, values or expectations.
Korean males in general have bigger builds and more dominant body-language than most other Asians.
Here’s the thing: most guys have been lead to believe that, in order to get the girl, you need to be an Alpha-Male. School is finishing up, I have fashion stuff to take care of on my other blog, and I’m also preoccupied with a box of Cookie flavored ice cream 🙂 Oh yea, and one more thing…
In comparison to guys I’ve dated from other culture, Korean guys are great at keeping in touch, constantly.
This made it hard for me to adapt to ABC guys that were texting 2,3 messages per day or every two three days because Korean guys will text you every day. It’s not that they’re more/less into you; I think it’s a norm.
Alright, I’ve been involved in a fair ammount of Asian Male/Non-Asian Female groups, and I’ve gotta say: the majority of the Asian men in these groups are well composed, and very spectacular. However, every now and then I come across some Asian dick-head who thinks he’s the next Pauly D (Paurree Dee? Quit acting like it’s a goddamn chemistry experiment that needs to be taken care of with gloves and goggles, examined, and solved using the scientific method.
) Now don’t get me wrong, confidence is a great thing and it can do wonders for your love life, but there’s a clear distinction between confidence and being a dick-head. Stop trying to “learn about Asian/Black culture” and start learning about the person you’re interested in.
Some participants did mention interethnic marriage as a potential tradeoff in the context of a society where race matters and that it could cause them to lose certain racial privileges than if they instead entered an interracial marriage with whites.