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I totally had forgotten about the Korean business card exchange. My new Korean co-worker has already tried to get me to go to church with her, saying the men there are all good catches, and often single, and I think she’s right. I also got a lot of funny stories.* A few of which I’ll share here.______________*One of them leads to a marriage proposal, so there’s always that option, should I choose to take it. I pulled two all-nighters in the final week of the training. The course, of course, was amazing, and probably worth it in the end, but it was draining. Tangentially related to the entire race thing, he came forward and said exactly what I’ve been saying (and, coincidentally, what got me into trouble in the first place and started the entire racial slur thing) from his own mouth. Maybe not in the manner I would have gone about it, but he did. Did the people he was referring to even stop to think that maybe he was being honest?
Blind dates in Korea are extremely common and one of the most common ways to meet people in a relatively ‘safe’ way. Not King Game, the awful Korean game that ends up with me always being uncomfortable, but the American/Canadian game that sometimes ends up with, well, me being uncomfortable. As a joke, I copied the Anipang message and sent all my friends a broken heart in place of the real thing. I waited a few hours and wrote back that it was a joke. I figured I’d just let it end there, since he is clearly not going to declare his love to me via Anipang and that I was stupid to send it to him. She lived outside of Korea for ten years, so she understands both Western and Korean culture well. We started talking about Korean guys and what it’s like to date them.