You have to know how you’re viewed from the other side. Korean men aren’t always what you see in the dramas.I asked this particular question to Korean guys and got a bunch of different answers. First, I would like to point out their Korean pronunciation is on point.If you’re out in public, at a bar, club, etc,, usually Korean guys in groups will have more confidence because they are with their friends.Most of the time you won’t have to worry about them doing anything slick because they won’t want to make an ass out of themselves in front of their friends.Many Korean guys believe foreign girls don’t know anything about Korean culture—or speak Korean.
Many Koreans want to experience something different. It’s not so much about a winning personality as it is about looks. Sometimes Korean men are also aware of passports and want that green card to further their career, job opportunities, aspects in life, etc.It’s not about who you’re paying attention to, but who’s paying attention to you.If you meet someone face to face, you most likely know they’re being sincere. According to a survey about Dating in Korea done by 10 Magazine, 47% of their female correspondents had a Korean significant other.
Compared to a very sexless Japan, a foreign woman’s chances of dating a Korean man is quite good.
When I was first learning Korean, I would study my vocabulary and listen for it in the dramas. Anyway, most men aren’t the assertive, dreamy hunks we see on all the dramas.