The beautiful female protagonist is independent and savvy at her office, but in front of a guy she likes, she’s one step behind, submissive and gentle.
I have seen Korean girls demand a lot just for 100 days though- like flowers and a cake and a gift and dinner. So by the time our 300 days anniversary came around it wasn’t something I was thinking about so I felt bad when my husband (then boyfriend) surprised me with red roses and a cake. We haven’t celebrated another “day anniversaries” since then and I don’t pay much attention to all the other, often commercial, “special days” in Korea.There’s just so much to do and experience if you’re a couple, or at least going on dates, and that’s why everyone is always looking for someone!Naturally, each and every relationship is special and unique, and there’s no guidebook to mastering the “Korean dating style.” But, if you ever find yourself getting ready for a date in Korea, nervous and clueless about what to expect, my list should give you an idea of how dating works there as oppose to the west because i mean here in the west, meeting a potential partner can be tough, so meeting friends of friends and hitting the town are popular ways to meet people. To me, it seems like being in a relationship is a lot more important in korea than in the west, so Koreans are very eager to find someone special. I think this is a more modern thing that has been influenced by romance in media. resize=630,1024 630w" sizes="(max-width: 676px) 100vw, 676px" data-recalc-dims="1"/ Koreans tend to celebrate a lot more anniversaries than we do.