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On this episode 'twoplustwo' 10 reasons why you should *NOT* come to Korea! (The best country in the world)
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i went to Korea last year for the first time in July, and the weather, oh my god, it almost swept me off my feet right after i left the airport. but it didn’t matter. it was so unnecessary since the country itself is so freakin amazing, everything about Korea is so good that hot and humid weather, people staring at you, it just doesn’t matter.
btw people were staring, which is surprising since i am Korean and i am not super good looking... probably they stared cuz i am the opposite of good looking? well no one actually said anything to me. there was this one guy but he wanted to get my number, lol, and i pretended that i don’t speak Korean. there was another guy but he just stared and followed me around the store all three floors, up and down. that was a little bit creepy so i pretended i didn’t notice him
While the content is interesting, why do you use of so many 4-letter words? Do think this makes YOU look good, elegant, classy, civilized in the eyes of foreigners? Do you think you represent YOUR people well when you talk like this? You suggest this for viewers - how's about taking your own advice?
Add to the list: IF you go there with the expectation that your next boyfriend/girlfriend will look like one of your k-drama/k-pop idol who just jumped out of your favourite poster, don't go! Not everyone looks like a k-pop idol XDD
Question. I’m not really going to Korea because I want to find someone but I doubt I’d find someone in the US that’s willing to move to Korea with me.
This being said, as a foreigner, are serious relationships a thing? Honestly, it could be with another foreigner or a citizen. That doesn’t make the slightest difference to me. What I care about is not dying alone lol
I like spicy food, when I can drink I probably will, I’m used to really hot and cold weather, I’m used to crowded areas because I’m always going to parties with my friend, I don’t know if I fit the Korean beauty standard, I’m not super sensitive, I don’t complain often, not even going to comment on this part, I can speak Korean better than I can English and that’s my first language, I’m not super rude.
I think I’d do super well in Korea!!! And also I would love to experience a new culture! And added benefit is K-Pop idols!!!
I thought Koreans are the sweetest people on earth but here I see the rude side behind those cute faces.
Too much of rudeness.
This video gave me a strong feel that Korea is not at all a friendly country.
I feel sad. I am a BTS fan and I thought of visiting Korea.
But after watching this video, I'm not .
I'm the only person in my family that does not tend to eat spicy food unless it's chicken wings but even the wings have to be mild to medium spicy for me to be able to eat. I also don't drink alcohol so apart from those two, I have no other issues.
I definitely know I don't mind change and I'm African so spicy food is my diet, I love attention my Korean is not perfect but I'll try my hardest to improve and I'll just ask my Korean friend with the pronunciation
If I am not speaking the host country language that fluently I should stay the fuck away?
Well, for example: If a foreigner comes to me and asks me to the next subway station in Berlin I need to know the fuckin language ( English ) to guide the person to the station. It's pretty normal that a foreigner can't speak the language that good and as a person, who lives in that country I should know that too when I am in the city center. So, it's a good point to know the language and I don't think that this should be a point on the list.
Sorry that I am going so harsh but it's just my opinion
I come from Korea–reasons why you SHOULD come to Korea.
1. There is other cities other than Korea, and besides, in Jeju it's not crowded, in facts, you have lots of space, and no sweaty bodies will be beside you.
2. People don't stare at you when you fit their "critria", besides they don't come to a stranger and say "Hey, you look pretty" or "Your eyes are big" yattie yattie yatta.
3. You are not going to be an outsider. Sure, you'll stand out, but that doesn't mean people will be like "Ohh, there is a people from another country!"
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