And when I say that, I mean that the bonus you get over the average guy for being attractive is so huge that an average guy will have to put in time and suffer flakes to pull a 7 (by Korean guy standards), while a good looking guy can have that girl call him up when she’s drunk to suggest they hit a love motel together. They loved to party and they rolled with Korean guys, and had status because of their work situation.A guy here could be in the midst of being blown out and then if he hands the girl a card that says Samsung on it, things will flip super hard and he’ll have an easy time to get the girl.And while you’ll have to hustle, consistently getting Korean girls is very doable.Looks (including fashion) and status carry you a lot further here than in Japan, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Both were American guys in their mid/late 20s and one worked for Google and the other worked for Groupon.You can follow Redpole Q on Twitter, Tumblr or Facebook.I’ve been teaching boot camps in South Korea since 2007 and while there is no doubt that Korean girls are hard, there are a lot of factors at play in Seoul that determine how easy or difficult it will be for any individual guy in any particular situation.
For example, a girl might call out Get a Korean girl and she’ll do all sorts of little things to make you a comfortable, happy man.
She previously served as Hyphen's blog coeditor with erin Khue Ninh, film editor, and blog columnist.
She writes about gender, race, class and privilege in pop culture and media (fun fun fun! Her work has also appeared on Racialicious and Salon. One thing that many other Korean Americans do not appreciate or fully understand about "han" are the unique historical reasonings for it.
Korea, as a smaller country surrounded by larger nations, has had to survive invasions from each in various times in its history.
Sometimes the only way to survive massive invasions from huge armies were to offer an insane amount of resistance behind walled fortresses or in irregular guerrilla groups that Koreans called "Righteous Armies." China too also suffered massive invasions from a variety of Northern Barbarian groups throughout its history from the likes of the Mongols, Jurchens and Manchus. China, with its much larger population and land mass, could easily absorb these groups without losing their national character.