According to Aaron, a ring means you’re officially a couple.
There’s matching couple outfits, shoes, couple apps, rings, and the list goes on and on.
North Koreans are much more reserved about sex and marriage than their South Korean counterparts, but men and women on both sides marry at about the same age and are increasingly putting work before marriage, RFA's Korean service reports.
Unfortunately, Aaron and I were apart during that special anniversary, but better late than never, right? I noticed many older couples don’t wear wedding bands and the younger couples wear rings. Those are seen as a sign of eternal commitment in Western countries.
I don’t know many Westerners who do (besides Simon and Martina at Eat Your Kimchi when they were dating).
In the Confucian ritual tradition, the wedding is based on rational decision-making processes.
Families with children of marrying age find a suitable partner and discuss marriage through a matchmaker.
its something that I’m sure crosses almost everyone’s mind when watching Korean dramas, they're like , " i wonder What will the dating scene be like??
I know I certainly worry a lot about dating in Korean dramas!
In South Korea, dating practices are the same all over the country, in Seoul or other places.
But there are different dating styles in North Korea, for example in Pyongyang and other areas," she said.
There are always those distinct differences that people find confusing, but these are the things that we can all get around. Dating in South Korea is quite similar to western relationships, but a kdrama addict(like me, sorry for pointing that out) will notice some difference.