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Because of this, I know I'm looking for a needle in a haystack as far as men are concerned.
Sometimes I take breaks, and then I start up again.
The rest don't really approach me outside of blatantly looking for one night stands. For example, I once went on a date with a possibly racist Korean guy.
He seemed to be very hung up on skin color, implying that something was wrong with me because my skin was brown.
Men have many options, and they have an idea of what kind of woman they want to commit to. Men seem to date Korean women more seriously, and whether the man is foreign or Korean doesn't matter.
While many men ask me out, they usually don't have the intention of getting to know me if you catch my drift.
In essence, I don't need to "worry" about a man's weight or fitness.
He texted me a couple of months later with pictures of his new Thai girlfriend saying that she was "black" like me. Hadn't heard from him since and I'm okay with that. After spending time looking, I eventually find nice guys that are actually worth it.
For me, compared to my hometown in the states, I would say that dating in South Korea is easier and harder. I say that dating is easier here than in my hometown for two main reasons: The pool of men is better and I find new dates easily.
Most of the men that are around me are university educated and have decent jobs.
He ranted about a Korean woman who simply wouldn't leave him alone.
You see, they had met on a night out, where he made the mistake of giving away his phone number to this particular gal. He showed me the texts where the Korean woman kept asking to meet up with him at night, presumably for sex.
There was the occasional nibble, but to them, there was more hiding in the deep, murky waters, so time with me was basically time wasted.