Now spread that out amongst frustrated men who’re angry about the fact that the women they like are dating jerks.As they carp and moan and commiserate about how unfair life is, they’ll all agree that it seems as though women prefer to date assholes instead of nice guys like them, which provides seeming confirmation.I've been 'hit on' by every ethnicity except Asian men. AW The most frequently received question for this blog is some variation of "Do Korean guys go for non-Korean [white, black, Latina, South Asian, Southeast Asian, Martian] girls?They either stay within their own ethnicity or date white women. " And each time, the Korean points them to this old post, which has been the most popular post on this blog for a long time until the dog meat post overtook it this month.To the Korean, the most beautiful woman in the world (excluding, of course, the Korean Wife) is Beyonce. God, it's great being married so I won't go through that shit again. 2 View All Next »It’s been about six months or so since I addressed that perennial bugbear of nerd dating, the Nice Guy, and after some of the comments I’ve seen, on the blog and elsewhere, it seems like as good a time as any to revisit the topic.Y’see, there are certain myths and misconceptions when it comes to dating that seem to have become axiomatic amongst men and chief among them is the classic “Women like assholes”.
no matter how many women you see or know personally who’re dating perfectly decent individuals.
Dear Korean, I'm 19 and live in the United State and very attracted to korean men such as TOP and Taeyang form big bang, Kim Bum, Kim Hyun Joong, ant etc., I thought of moving to South Korea after college.
I've been learning the language but I wonder do korean like black girls. Debbie Dear Korean, I actually have several questions, but all of them revolve around the "Blasian" relationships.
(If you know more, you are obviously welcome to pitch in.) Among all Asian Americans, Korean American men (who are raised in America) are actually the most likely to marry a black woman.
This, however, is not really saying much, as only 2.1% of Korean American men (raised in America) are married to black women.