Never talk to girls in bars in South Korea

I recently made a startling revelation and it may blow your mind a little bit. I’m going to tell you something that you might not accept: If you want to meet and date girls in South Korea, you can pretty much forget about meeting them in bars.

Now this may come as a shock, but talking to girls in bars is not something that comes naturally to a lot of Koreans. In fact, the bars I go to have a lot of regulars. It makes it difficult to speak to people. Girls put up a lot of front that is hard to break down.

The main problem I’ve found is girls drink with their friends. They are never going to be happy about leaving their friend behind to go home with you. The best thing is to approach girls on the street. For one thing, you can talk to girls when they are on their own. Finding something they can help you out with (directions, where is the nearest Starbucks) can be an excellent way to get them to open up.

The other thing is that you are not putting yourself out trying to impress them, or having to buy expensive drinks. Getting their numbers is easily done with minimum fuss. You will want to message them half an hour after they leave you. I advise making the next meeting as close as possible to the first. You don’t want her to lose interest in you. These days there are so many distractions calling for a girl’s attention that a guy has to work even harder to keep her interested. But it can do the trick, provided you can send some sexy photos of yourself, making it clear what your attentions are.

So there you have it. I can’t believe I wasted my time and money chasing after women in bars, when I could have been meeting them in a much easier way on the street.

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