Some of the methods are quite interesting and unique to the Korean culture.
Korean culture has a strong tradition of matchmaking – in the traditional Korean society, due to the Confucian culture, males and females were not allowed to mingle freely with each other, so marriages were arranged by matchmakers appointed by the parents.
The fact that this division occurred has left both North and South Korea on the bridge of war.
The Korean language is shared between both North and South Korea and is part of the Altaic language family.
Korea is a small penninsula on the far East side of Asia. The size of Korea is roughly 1,000 kilometers in length. At the End of World War II in 1948, Korea was divided at the 38th parallel. North Korea became communist, while South Korea did not.
(This was based on the deal at the end of the War, dividing the country in two just as Germany had been).
In South Korea, “meeting” refers to group dating of singles and is a favourite dating method of the younger generations.As I briefly scanned over in my previous post “What to Expect when Dating a Korean Guy,” it’s normal for Korean couples to get couple rings as early as 3 months into the relationship. Hug Day (December 14th) – people hug each other to keep warm in the Additional to their 22nd, 100, 200, 300, 400… Younger couples tend to celebrate more of these and the number decreases significantly as they age. Marriage is not for the individual but rather for the desire of the family.If one decides to get married, they must get consent from the whole family. As Askakorean blog concisely states, Women in Korea were clearly divided into two camps along the dichotomy, and it is a one-way street if they do cross the divide. Instead, Korean couples use kakaotalk messenger to keep each other updated non-stop. There’s always variations from couple to couple, but the fact that this list exists may come as a surprise.