Question: How is dating in Korea different from other countries?

What does dating mean in Korean culture?

Every culture has its unique dating customs, and Korea is definitely no exception. In Korea, dating is all about showing your affection for each other – couple menus, shirts, and sneakers are everywhere, and every month has at least one special, albeit incredibly commercial, day for couples to celebrate.

How do you behave in Korea?

Korean Etiquette: 11 Customs You Need to KnowUse two hands for handshakes. Pour alcoholic drinks properly. Dont write names in red ink. Dont assume you can call people by their first names. Stay clear of pregnant, elderly, handicapped seating. Dont blow your nose in front of others. Follow eating order at the dinner table.More items

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