There’s a never-ending list of things that the opposite genders can never agree on, including the subject that can make or break relationships in their fragile, early stages: where to go on a date.
A Korean website recently conducted a survey in which 1,200 male and female office workers were asked to talk about the date spots they both liked and disliked.
Now all you have to worry about is turning up on time. Make date plans for somewhere you’ll feel comfortable You might think that you’re being a gentleman by letting your date decide where you go on your date, but women often like to see that you can take control.
Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean you need to wear a full tuxedo, but having a shower, shave, using aftershave and putting on something suitable will help you impress your date and get you off to a good start.
Now let me just say right-off-the-bat that Redpole Q is usually dead-right with his perspective but I can’t help but think that he used complaints about Korea to suggest Korean women weren’t as golden as many a man has found them to be. Korean women have a sexual charge that I just haven’t seen anywhere else in Asia – they present themselves very, very well. Of course we are – we also love it when girls use those looks well.This is more than just about the women themselves, but also the society and culture in which they’ve grown up in.Korean women think that the man is responsible for escalating the date into something more. Now I won’t get into the ‘whys’ or the “it shouldn’t be that way” debates.What she’s more likely thinking is whether her makeup is melting or if there are pickpockets targeting her purse.Okay, we can’t deny that a date outdoors with plenty of sunshine and fresh air is refreshing once in a while, but even if your girl doesn’t mind breaking a sweat, she might mind the stench of your sweat-soaked tee-shirt, especially if she wasn’t expected your “day in the country” to be a full-on hike.