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I'm korean but i've been in US for over 10 years before returning to korea.

Turns out I can't find any reasonable (as in it doesn't go all "I'm gonna suck all your money with cheap ass tactics") dating websites of the quality of Ok Cupid, Match, EHarmony, etc. To elaborate: The per month or whatever it was (don't remember) covered everything. If that sounds expensive, just think of how much time and money you spend at the bar trying to meet girls. Before I met my girlfriend I had a lot of good dates from Tinder, also some Korean friends of mine use Noondate, its free I think and gives you one match everyday at noon, kindof a fun idea. Make a profile then go out to as many 'language exchange meetups' as your heart desires.

Instead, if you want some skin, you can opt for the universally acceptable high-five ;).

Bow Hard: Formal settings can include meeting future parents in law, your child’s teacher, or even a blind date. important business meeting, meeting future in-laws for the first time), the more respect should be shown. Don’t give one of those casual nodding style bows you give to the convenience store lady.

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