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#127 Jul 16, 2012
annyeong haseyo...
luv u aLL...

Since: Oct 11

Daegu, Korea

#128 Jul 16, 2012
Maria garcia wrote:
Hi I know mostly Korean guys like pale girls but I'm Colombian and I'm also pale do you think they would like me and I'm also trying to learn there culture and language I hope to marry one someday I just love them so could you help me thanks.(:
colour doesn't really matter. guys usually care how girls looks like. if you have anyone intereted, just try it. it's better to try and fail then don't try and reglet for the rest of your life.

Since: Oct 11

Daegu, Korea

#129 Jul 16, 2012
Aleal wrote:
Anyeong :D I really want to know how a Korean sees a foreigner interested in their culture, like learning Hangul, and their ways of living.(: im planning a trip to South korea and possibly studying there in the future. I would also like to know how they Hispanics because some were involved in the Korean war :) I would like to know that because I am a Hispanic-American with a pale skin complection with light brown hair interested in Koreans and their wonderful culture. Kamsabpnida ^-^
Korean will love to see a foreigner who're willing to learn their culture. so go for it.
Aleal

Hemet, CA

#130 Jul 17, 2012
Thank you for replying :D
Marie

Richmond, VA

#133 Jul 30, 2012
안녕&# 54616;세요 !
I was wondering what is the Korean view on Spanish & Italian women(I am puerto rican and italian)?

Since: Oct 11

Namhyangdong, Korea

#134 Jul 31, 2012
Marie wrote:
안녕&# 54616;세요 !
I was wondering what is the Korean view on Spanish & Italian women(I am puerto rican and italian)?
I personally think they're attractive. Many Korean think Southern Eupropeans and Southern Americans are very passionate people. I think why not, just go for it if you have anybody in mind.
Marie

Richmond, VA

#135 Jul 31, 2012
Cool! I don't have anybody in mind because where I live there are not many koreans :( but I've always been interested in korean culture and such so I was curious. Kamsahamnida!(^_^)
madutz

Oradea, Romania

#136 Aug 23, 2012
hey there ! my question won't be um just for koreans ;)) ok , here's my story :D i have a great pen pal from south korea , we've stayed in touch since 2009 . it's been a great friendship even only by internet . this year , my friend joined the army [ as in korea it's mandatory] but be4 leaving , he left me a mssg saying * i love u soooo much ! u r an important person to me & i promise i'll do my best to stay in touch with u forever !] it's been quite the first time he said that to me :D what do u think ? a guy that says that , said it just because he tried to be kind with me ? or he actually meant it ?

Since: Mar 12

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#137 Aug 23, 2012
madutz wrote:
hey there ! my question won't be um just for koreans ;)) ok , here's my story :D i have a great pen pal from south korea , we've stayed in touch since 2009 . it's been a great friendship even only by internet . this year , my friend joined the army [ as in korea it's mandatory] but be4 leaving , he left me a mssg saying * i love u soooo much ! u r an important person to me & i promise i'll do my best to stay in touch with u forever !] it's been quite the first time he said that to me :D what do u think ? a guy that says that , said it just because he tried to be kind with me ? or he actually meant it ?
You're lucky?!?!! Where do you find pen pals?? He meant it for sure...he's a keeper!!!!! Btw where do you get pen pals from Korea!!!???? And yeah lucky!!!!!

Since: Oct 11

Namhyangdong, Korea

#138 Aug 23, 2012
madutz wrote:
hey there ! my question won't be um just for koreans ;)) ok , here's my story :D i have a great pen pal from south korea , we've stayed in touch since 2009 . it's been a great friendship even only by internet . this year , my friend joined the army [ as in korea it's mandatory] but be4 leaving , he left me a mssg saying * i love u soooo much ! u r an important person to me & i promise i'll do my best to stay in touch with u forever !] it's been quite the first time he said that to me :D what do u think ? a guy that says that , said it just because he tried to be kind with me ? or he actually meant it ?
Well... It is possible for people to fall in love with each other with pen pal. It is romantic. But I'd like to advise you to slow down.
I, myself, have finished my military service, but you can't do anything in there. All you can do is writing a letter. There's no internet there. Guys become really lonely so they're desperate with letters from outside (like family, friends and lovers).

I think it is OK for you to be friends each other until he finish his service. When people are desperate, they can say anything.

Or may be he really loves you. I don't know. It is really romantic. But 2 years are long period and if you haven't seen each other yet, slow down. Pen pal is alot different with seeing each other.

I really hope your relationship develop to love, if you feel the same way he does. But my final answer is just hold on becoming lovers until you guys actually see each other and spend sometime with each other. That is wiser
madutz

Oradea, Romania

#139 Aug 24, 2012
Jenny_Kim wrote:
<quoted text>
You're lucky?!?!! Where do you find pen pals?? He meant it for sure...he's a keeper!!!!! Btw where do you get pen pals from Korea!!!???? And yeah lucky!!!!!
hey there ! soo didn't expect to ever get a reply that fast ;)) thank u ! well in 2009 i accidentally found a pen-pal site called interpals . and so i clicked it , was curious abt it . i realized that u can make friends from all over the world , every country is on the list there so as i was watching asian series back then , my first idea of country was south korea :). and that's how our friendship started . i sent him a mssg , he replied and since 2009 we stayed in touch . even i am amazed we've actually been friends since then [ friends and nopthing more btw ] he believes it waa the faith ;)) hahaha somehow yeah , it might've been , never know .
madutz

Oradea, Romania

#140 Aug 24, 2012
JosephKim wrote:
<quoted text>
Well... It is possible for people to fall in love with each other with pen pal. It is romantic. But I'd like to advise you to slow down.
I, myself, have finished my military service, but you can't do anything in there. All you can do is writing a letter. There's no internet there. Guys become really lonely so they're desperate with letters from outside (like family, friends and lovers).
I think it is OK for you to be friends each other until he finish his service. When people are desperate, they can say anything.
Or may be he really loves you. I don't know. It is really romantic. But 2 years are long period and if you haven't seen each other yet, slow down. Pen pal is alot different with seeing each other.
I really hope your relationship develop to love, if you feel the same way he does. But my final answer is just hold on becoming lovers until you guys actually see each other and spend sometime with each other. That is wiser
yes... i know , the sad thing is that , being european , i find asian's way of thinking , acting , speaking , so different from ours , i mean in the best way ! they're so friendly , kind , warm ppl [ at least from what i noticed even by the internet ]. and so , there were times when i actually felt i like him , but i do realise it's a silly thing to hold on to as we have no idea when and if we will ever meet in real person . anyway , i'm 90% sure we';; stay in touch . thank u for ur reply ! >:D<

Since: Mar 12

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#141 Aug 24, 2012
madutz wrote:
<quoted text>hey there ! soo didn't expect to ever get a reply that fast ;)) thank u ! well in 2009 i accidentally found a pen-pal site called interpals . and so i clicked it , was curious abt it . i realized that u can make friends from all over the world , every country is on the list there so as i was watching asian series back then , my first idea of country was south korea :). and that's how our friendship started . i sent him a mssg , he replied and since 2009 we stayed in touch . even i am amazed we've actually been friends since then [ friends and nopthing more btw ] he believes it waa the faith ;)) hahaha somehow yeah , it might've been , never know .
Thank you for the reply

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#142 Aug 26, 2012
JosephKim wrote:
Hi.. world~ I'll be happy to answer anything you're curious about. my name is Joseph and new here. I'm supprised to see how world is much curious about Korea. I'm Korean (born and raised) and stayed in the U.S about 5 years as an international student. But I havn't used english for many years (hmmm... 10 years?) so there might be some(or lots of) mistake. Please bear with me.
Thanks and have a nice day~
How are you? I just like to ask you on how South Koreans think of their economical success over the past 40 years. Are they really content with how the social development has eventuated after the war-torn era of Post Korean-War period? Did the generations before you had to sacrifice alot to help build their country up? And if so, can you elaborate on it?

Thanks.

Since: Oct 11

Namhyangdong, Korea

#143 Oct 9, 2012
AussiPino wrote:
<quoted text>
How are you? I just like to ask you on how South Koreans think of their economical success over the past 40 years. Are they really content with how the social development has eventuated after the war-torn era of Post Korean-War period? Did the generations before you had to sacrifice alot to help build their country up? And if so, can you elaborate on it?
Thanks.
Sorry for my late response. I tried to answer you but I was very busy and forgot about this forum for few months. I don't represent the whole Korea. I'm 38 and do not represent the old or the young. I'll just state my idea.

1. Yes.. many Koreans are really proud of what our fathers' generation has made out on the rubbish of war. We started on nothing. Korea was under Japanese colonization for 36 years. They took so many things from us. and 5 years later, we had Korean War. It took from us literally everything. We had nothing. Our parents generations worked so hard to realize what today's Korean are enjoying.

2. But sudden growth always leads us into some danger. Materialism, polution, and lost of tradition, etc. Of course, this isn't the only problem for Koreans. It is true that we have achieved success faster. But we're facing same problem that all the western countries suffered(and suffering) faster.
Zoila

Austin, TX

#144 Oct 10, 2012
Hi, JosephKim, I've read a few of the questions been ask to you but I'm not overly positive about a particular question that has been nagging my thoughts. Would a Korean guy date a hispanic girl? I've heard most Korean men won't date outside of their own race because of skin color issues? Is this true?

Since: Oct 11

Daegu, Korea

#145 Oct 22, 2012
Zoila wrote:
Hi, JosephKim, I've read a few of the questions been ask to you but I'm not overly positive about a particular question that has been nagging my thoughts. Would a Korean guy date a hispanic girl? I've heard most Korean men won't date outside of their own race because of skin color issues? Is this true?
No it's not true. Koreans date many different races. Of course, Korea isn't like the U.S. Interracial date isn't very common. Interacial marriage is more scarce. But nobody really say anything about them. Interracial relationship isn't popular but nobody judge about them.
May

Malaysia

#146 Oct 23, 2012
Hi, it's so interesting in here. By the way I'm Chinese from Malaysia, thin, petite, 158cm, 46kg, big eyes and pretty ^^ Like all you mentioning in your blog that what Korean guy... But I need your advice as I just known a Korean guy from Internet for a month and we get closer and closer, he would text me and call me everyday to tell me just to tell me his what day..he did praises a lot. just recently he just told me he like me earlier and yesterday he said "love you" to me. Do he really mean it? Or he just want a foreigner as excitement or sex? I don't know I can really believe that a person can love someone so fast in such a short time. He is a law student in university and will be going to finish his studies only on next year, his parents has migrate to US for 10years but he stayed alone in Korea because he said he don't really like US. His sis and bro is married to the white girl and guy as well and he is youngest in his family. he also did stayed few years in China. So we can don't have communication barrier as I know Chinese , English and little Korean as I'm learning korean language before I know him..
I'm currently working and older than him 3 years. He is 29 this years. There is a lot of questions mark in mind like, do he really like me because of me or just because of the picture i sent him as we never meet each other? Do you think it's possible to be together?
I scare i will be heartbroken if thing not going to work out...by the way, I will going to Taiwan for half a month in December for holiday and he want to travel together with me. should I meet him? He said he want to see me there as his gf, he want me to kiss and etc... How ? I do like him but I'm scare .. Thanks in advance :)

Since: Oct 11

Daegu, Korea

#147 Oct 23, 2012
Ok... I've been asked these types of questions a lot, and my answer is always same. It is alright to meet someone. Also, it's not bad to give it a try for knowing someone online. But it is always very dangerous to believe whatever he says. Why don't you guys slow down. It is possible to fall in love with someone in very short time. I was into internet date when it began to popular. Yes, I met with differnt girls. Some were really nice (in person). I even met someone matched with me very well. But I found that out when I actually met her. Also, frankly speaking, many times, meeting online and offline was very different.

Well.. May... the choice is yours. You're a grown up. But one thing I learned in life is "true love is always worth to wait." So get to know him more. And if he really cares about you, he wouldn't forced to do anything stupid. If he hurries and saying "Oh baby, I'm dying for kissing and having sex with you" then just say "DIE" I wish he isn't such a jerk.

If you really think he is worthy to date, take a time to get to know him more. Meeting offline and dating is also OK. But I say taking a trip with such a stranger is dumb. Life is not a simple movie you know. Who knows the movie ends romantic or horrific.

So... He might be your dream boy but who knows he is just a psyco and a lier. It is never wise to trust someone with only the info you've got online rightaway. It's not like buying stuff on ebay right? There's no refund in life.

So.. in the end, take a time girl. Don't rush in.
May

Malaysia

#148 Oct 26, 2012
Thank you so much for your advices.. Really appreciate it. Will just take things as slowly as it is, just let it naturally and see how can its grow ;)
But anyway I'm traveling to Taiwan with my another girl friend, I'm not meeting him alone..he is okay if we stay in backpackers places..but December is still so long, maybe by that time he won't come...

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