Believe it or not but many beautiful Korean women are looking for a guy like you.
Know where to find them and you've got potential Korean dates. After living in Korea for 5 years I found that the best 3 places for meeting single Korean women in Korea are Go To Social Events Koreans have parties and social events all the time.
They are called 'soggeating'. They invite all their friends especially single ones and all have a get-together.
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This helps their single friends hopefully hook up and date. Do you have any friends from Korea?
Ask them about this and see if they'd be willing to hook you up with a single Korean woman they might know. If not you can ask your expat friends if they're going to have a house party or a social dinner.
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I've been invited to dinners where the hosts would tell me that girls from Korea they've invited are also looking for a relationship. So if you ever get invited to one of these events expect to meet a lot of single ladies from Korea.
What if you're not the 'social' type? Rest easy - that's been taken care of. In fact they are more comfortable with looking for a guy on the internet.
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Find out the top 3 Korean dating sites here. Royal palace graced by Hanbok May 27, People walk around Gyeongbokgung Palace in traditional Hanbok attire, bringing color to all corners of the ancient royal residence.
The colors of Hanbok shine ever brighter when they're seen on the grounds of an ancient royal palace covered with summer greenery. Groups and couples dressed in traditional Hanbok attire explore the palace grounds and even confuse some visitors who think they've now travelled back in time.
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Non-Korean tourists, as if they were seeing some scene from a period drama, were busy asking whether they could take photos of the people in Hanbok. Gyeongbokgung Palace has exploded with summer greenery and Hanbok beauty this May. Each visitor in Hanbok had their own reason to don the traditional clothes.
However, there was one common reason among them: Jeon Seung-wan teaches cinematography at Gyeonggi Media Broadcasting Science High School and he was visiting the palace with his pupils for the same reason. University student Kang Yeon-hee, dressed in white and pink with her friends, gave the same answer: Non-Korean tourists joined in the Hanbok joy, having a memorable time at the palace walking around in rented ancient costumes.
Ragam Biriri, dressed as a Joseon queen, was satisfied with her choice of Hanbok. Similarly, Cynthia and Tim from Hong Kong said they were inspired by all the photos they saw on Instagram.