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Still, I had agreed I'd meet them so there was no turning back now. Each had something different to say, some of their advice contradictory."Wear a cute dress and ." "Wear something casual so you're not trying too hard." "Bring them a gift." "Don't bring them a gift." "Don't talk unless they ask you questions." Well, I knew I could follow through with that last bit of advice, seeing as my Korean skills aren't the best.Yongguen's parents soon saw the same thing and got a kick out of it. Fortunately I had read some books so I was partly aware of why Koreans worship their ancestors and are consistent in (tidying up their grave sites).

Some parts of it are quite comical, as many meet-the-parents stories are, but please know that I am in no way offending or belittling the mentioned aspects of Korean culture.

As they chatted in Korean, I noticed at the table next to us a Korean family and Western girl about my age.

I could see that the same exact thing was going on at their table, which is weird as it's very uncommon in Seoul.

There's none of this "It's complicated..." "We're talking..." "We're texting"...

"We've been dating for a year but we still haven't had the DTR (defining the relationship) talk..." No. After two or three dates with someone, it's automatically assumed that an exclusive relationship has been formed.

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