Most women here are single mothers and married wives looking for an affair. They could be your neighbour or someone you know. Can you keep the identities of these women a secret?
Before we moved to Korea we heard lots of mixed information about how interracial couples Koreans with foreigners were treated here. Many people online said that interracial dating or marriage among Koreans was frowned upon by most, and that the older generation was especially vocal about it.
In some extreme cases, even reproving the interracial couple to their face. I remember our first couple of months in Korea well.
Eric and I were submerged in an entirely foreign culture and we wanted to be careful interracial dating korea following all the societal rules and being culturally sensitive. For our first couple months in Korea we were very aware of how we stood out and an effect of this was that our levels of PDA went wayyy down. After a few weeks of feeling horribly uncomfortable around each other in public, we noticed that none of the other the couples around us Korean or mixed were acting nearly so prudish.
However, in more recent years, Korea has become a much more diverse country and so seeing interracial couples is a lot more common.
Now, if you are in a more conservative Interracial dating korea family they may have some qualms about you dating or marrying a foreigner. They would only feel the need to get involved if it was a relative of their own that was in the relationship.
After hearing all my friends reassure me that Eric and I could walk down the street together without fearing judgments or dirty looks, and getting more knowledgeable about the couple culture here, we cautiously began to ease back into our normal selves.
We could now hold hands with confidence and show more affection in public. Something else that boosted our confidence was that whenever we went out together Korean people were always very kind to us.
Or they would use the little English they knew to try and strike up a conversation with the both of us. Over and over, we found that not only were we accepted as a couple, but people would go out of our way to be kind to us.
Experiences like these really helped us put our worries behind us. Through the small random acts of kindness shown us by Koreans, we have finally stopped worrying about how we will be perceived in public. Thank you so much for reading my blog post!
Let me know how your experiences differed from mine in the comment section below! You have a wonderful writing style. I look forward to reading more from you.
Love you and miss you. Thank you so much for reading Lisa!
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Being a racially mixed couple added an interesting twist on things. I hope to see you around here again!