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In general, Koreans only introduce “marriage material” to their parents with the intention of getting their approval.
Unlike other Asian countries, where it’s almost “a shame” not to be married by 25, Koreans tend to get married in their late 20s and early 30s.
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Women are the unofficial leaders of the families and the older they are, the more power they seem to have over their offspring.
Koreans tend to have lots of respect for their parents and family members and topics such as moving in together, planning to get married and especially going abroad are hot topics that need to be addressed wisely and with caution.
Especially South Korea, a country so different from the West, dating culture bears certain do’s and don’ts that are not like at home.
It’s quite easy to spot who’s dating who walking in any Korean downtown.
If your Korean significant other has a decent job, chances are, they’re going to have to attend work dinners or even go on trips with their co-workers.
This is a big part of Korean culture and cannot be avoided.
Try to win the parents, and especially the mothers, over by helping to cook, wash the dishes, praising their food, drinking alcohol with them or simply watching TV together.
Korean parents need to get the feeling that you want to become part of this family – if you are planning on doing so.