Couple nervous about dating friend
Some couples use money from their joint bank account for dating costs (like Hong Jong Hyun and Yura on “We Got Married”), which just makes everything a tad bit more fair and convenient.
Forget everything you ever learned about the ‘three day rule.’ Koreans love their smartphones with instant messaging apps and adorable emoticons, and couples will spend hours glued to their phones, chatting with their other half.
Don’t be surprised if you get a text from your crush every two hours, asking what you’re doing, eating, or thinking.
Naturally, there are numerous couples who unexpectedly fall in love and end up tying the knot, so don’t automatically rule out marriage with your Korean partner.You name it, Korea probably has it, and people make them look stylish, not tacky.Couples pretty much live in a fascinating parallel world of coupleness, and everyone wants to experience what it’s like to be in it.It can be pretty awkward to decide who’s going to get the bill, especially if it’s your first date.While the status quo used to be that men pay for the first couple of dates (or even all of them), that is quickly changing, and women are no longer afraid to swipe their cards at the cashier.