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I am still dating him, the Korean guy, and learning lotsa Korean on my own, little here and there coz he wont wanan help me to learn.So far he just comments me on my "incorrect" way of saying certain phrases (that is coz I dont have a real teacher) BUT he is not willing to teach nor help me. If she doesn't want to talk very much or if you have to leave a message & she doesn't return the call then she's sending you a very clear message of no interest. Since she has only been in the states for a year, I have to assume she is not Americanized and follows a different upbringing. Japanese and Koreans aren't really known for PDA as the above poster has stated. So- ask about her and her family- perhaps suggest having a cup of coffee after work and let it be patently obvious that you simply want to get to know her and her family and that you are going to treat her with the utmost respect and take it s-l-o-w.
I took a few v-cards while I lived in Korea but you're going to have to give me a little more info about this specific chick before I can help you out. They arent like Japs that will kick up a big protracted LMR song-and-dance about it out of cultural conditioning.
Instead, I jumped into the murky waters of the Korean dating scene.
Occasionally, I find myself running away in sheer terror, but I keep returning like a moth to the flame.
I would like to text her again but don't want to seem needy. Does anyone know what Korean women expect when it comes to dating? But I would like to ask her out for Saturday; but it seems like it is too close. So, it would seem that you already have an idea that if she doesn't return your message, then she isn't keeping "the conversation going." Generally, that would mean a lack of interest. If a woman likes you; or doesn't, she should just tell you. I understand that because I don't follow the "rules" I have difficulty. However, I have been told that I am great in a relationship. It could also be that my mindset is business and I tend to be clear cut; and maybe I am trying to apply the same mindset to dating which is not clearcut? In this case, I have a couple of different variables. If I could spend some time with her then maybe I could understand her better. The other option is I could go grocery shopping and if I happen to see her I could say hello. Since she has only been in the states for a year, I have to assume she is not Americanized and follows a different upbringing. She asked if you were single so she has at least a mild interest in you.
Because I lack dating experience; and because I am very transparent and hate playing games; I like to be direct. Their needs and wants; and what they are expecting. Chances are she may not answer because I know she works on the weekends. Conversely, if you like a woman you should just let her know. I don't know what the rules are; and if I did, I would likely not follow them because I would feel like I was "playing" games and not staying true to myself. One is I am not familiar with the Korean culture enough to know the proper way to go about dating. She may not be someone who likes to "text" - Maybe she prefers ph0ne calls instead. From personal experience, in some cultures, women play hard to get because they don't want you to think that they are easy. Do let her know that you think that she is beautiful and that you are interested in dating her because you don't want to fall in the category of "I just want you to be my friend." Also she may like you, but she may also be concerned about dating outside her race.