In Korean dating culture, something that women worry about is being perceived as an easy target by foreign men.
If you’ve recently started dating a Korean woman, there’s a good chance that she’s apprehensive about whether or not you consider her ‘easy.’ To help reassure your new lady that you don’t see her that way, make sure you treat her with respect and that you respect her boundaries.
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She’ll probably want to take the beginning stages of your relationship slowly until she’s sure that you’re committed to her and not just looking for a quick fling.
If she doesn’t offer, assume that if you’d like to continue this relationship you’ll need to pay for everything the two of you do socially.
As far as gifts go, most Korean women will be receptive to you conveying your affections with lavish gifts and tokens of your love (and honestly, most Korean girls will expect it).
Be prepared to spend big on birthday gifts, and be prepared to also purchase gifts for each of the love-centric Korean holidays.
It’s more than likely that she’ll want to look through your texts and chat history, and she’ll probably comb through your social media to see if there is even a tiny bit of evidence that suggests that you’re a womanizer. If there isn’t, she’ll slowly but surely begin to trust your intentions and your interest in her (and only her).
If your new girlfriend wants to go through your phone, don’t deny her request based on principle.