England dating etiquette
Blind dates in Korea are extremely common and one of the most common ways to meet people in a relatively ‘safe’ way.
Note: Of course, this is not the only way Koreans meet potential baby mamas and daddys.
The text message is the coldest form of communication because it says, “I'm too much of a coward to dial seven numbers and listen to your voice.
I'd much rather send it in the form of broken sentences with ‘U' and ‘2' instead of actual words.” I've known of a broken engagement ending this way, as well as a month-long romance. If someone says “I love you” while intoxicated, it's not necessarily something to take seriously.
Because there is no formality with dating anymore, men and women are treating any outing with a potential significant other with the same casualness they would use on a friend.
There’s even a few other “types” of blind dates, but those are specifically for different purposes: 미팅 (meeting) – A group blind date, mostly for young college students.
A group of guy friends will meet a group of girl friends to hangout and have a good time. This is a very serious date, where both parties have expectations of marriage right from the beginning (including/especially parents).
Instead of leaving things up to chance encounters (which can result in murderous strangers), Koreans prefer potential mates to have a reference to make sure both of you will be (to some degree) a match.
Having that friend as a buffer will make sure he/she isn’t some crazy drunk that’ll come banging on your door at 3AM.
claimed that men and women can never really be friends because the “sex part always gets in the way.” This new “high five” technique with casual dating has made it so that the sex part will never really come into play at all.