Blind dates in Korea are extremely common and one of the most common ways to meet people in a relatively ‘safe’ way.
Read on to see what to expect if you want to date in Korea! How to Meet Korean Singles Meeting singles in any country can be a daunting task.That’s why in Korea, most of cupid’s work is done through friends.Instead of leaving things up to chance encounters (which can result in murderous strangers), Koreans prefer potential mates to have a reference to make sure both of you will be (to some degree) a match.Having that friend as a buffer will make sure he/she isn’t some crazy drunk that’ll come banging on your door at 3AM.The Artie Awards are an annual ceremony honoring Buffalo's actors, designers and directors.
The annual event is also a fundraising benefit, with all proceeds from the evening (along with proceeds from area theatres' sale of Red Ribbons) going to ECMC's Immunodeficiency Services. Meeting the expectations of your significant other may not always be easy.But add on top of that cultural differences and you got a whole new pandora’s box.There’s even a few other “types” of blind dates, but those are specifically for different purposes: 미팅 (meeting) – A group blind date, mostly for young college students.A group of guy friends will meet a group of girl friends to hangout and have a good time. This is a very serious date, where both parties have expectations of marriage right from the beginning (including/especially parents).Here’s our video on “How to Meet Korean Singles”: Public displays of affection in Korea isn’t as open as it may be in other parts of the world.