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Only the women of the ruling class could enjoy the same privileges of the men in the same class.Although men were allowed to have multiple wives, women were expected to have chastity and were compelled to remain unmarried if their husbands have died.

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Our teacher also told us that Korean women whine a lot, and that their boyfriends think it’s cute… I find these social points to be fascinating and I also love people watching and I am quite good at it, if I may say so, which makes me a great researcher for this type of subject.Just look at what Dan Bloom, Korea’s foremost expert on dating Korean women, has to say about them! The fierce competition for men in Korea means that Korean women really take care of themselves – it’s almost impossible to find an “American sized” Korean woman, if you know what I mean. Of course, as men, we’re in it for more than just physical look… Anybody who accuses Korean women of being “easy” should be lead off to the asylum.Having just gotten back from Japan, I can definitely see where Redpole Q’s characterization of Japanese girls hits its mark dead-center but, as good as Japanese women are, Korean women have some distinct advantages. Korean women have a desire to please that just isn’t matched in the West.Regardless of the differences, if the couple truly desires to stay together and are committed to the relationship then my recommendation in therapy is for them to stay the course.But I also know from many different couples that this can mean facing possible ostracism from family members.The actual flavour of the coffee meant very little in comparison.

However, as more young students travel and study abroad, the mentality of paying more for an international coffee is wearing thin. Instead of big international chains, tiny hole-in-the-wall unique Korean cafes have an appeal of their own.

I’m going to just put this out there: if I were single in Korea, I wouldn’t exactly be a hot commodity to Koreans.

Although this is just a theory of mine, I think I have observed Korean couples enough within the past 4-5 months to feel like it’s true. Korean women are viewed by Korean men as porcelain dolls- pretty, fragile, thin, soft, wholesome, virtuous, and extremely fair skinned. On the contrary, they strive to be very thin and soft, and not in any way muscular or tan. I’m not talking about a promise ring or matching bracelets, I’m talking about matching black and yellow PLAID jackets, or matching rugby shirts with matching shorts.

Coffee is also seen as the miracle juice that is necessary to function and keep up with Korea’s demanding work culture.

It has become such a daily necessity that consumer demands have pushed up prices.

Other times it's because they're of a different Asian ethnicity.