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But if she accepts your heartfelt plea, you have just entered into a relationship and it’s time to get serious. You now have a girlfriend, a marker of status or normalcy or both. It’s now time to buy matching shoes, couple rings, exchange hourly texts, use a ‘selfie-stick’, go to parks, visit coffee shops, seek out pet cafés. Dates ☑ Of course, once you are ‘going steady’, the cinema is a must.
Markets have even popped up to enhance and diversify the experience, with premium couple-seats on offer.
As for the hopeless couple in the coffee shop, they are both ‘in need’ of a relationship — and status and normalcy it confers.
So they date each other out of convenience, expectation, and perhaps — in the best-case scenario — a measure of affection.
In some cases, those directly involved in the dates do the setting-up of these dates.
Anniversaries ☑ As the days go by, you must commemorate your time together: one week, one month, 100 days…Blind dates also come in group forms simply called a "meeting" (미팅; meeting) where an equal number of men and women come together to hang out.Date locations tend not to differ from what I've known: dinner, coffee, movies.Despite their matching clothes, ubiquitous couple rings, and obligatory selfies together, they seem to have little in common. ” is probably the most common question single men get asked in South Korea.So why the frequency of such awkward pairings in the coffee shops of Seoul? Dating is a fairly straightforward endeavour and there is no reason not to do it, as my South Korean housemate constantly reminds me.
If you are not sure about how to talk to your date, don’t worry and just prepare some topics in advance: websites with guides and video tutorials abound. Even my gallant housemate admits to hating the obligatory dinner purchase but feels he “has no choice”.