Is there any reason to visit South Korea if I've been to Japan?

Is there anything that sets it apart or makes it distinct from Japan?

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not really, unless you like megamalls. Jeju was nice tho.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lived in Korea,been yo Japan. Korea was 8/10 Japan was 5/10.

      Korea is unreal

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Korea is unreal
        Best girls in Asia

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you actually like to communicate with locals during your travels, Korea is far superior. It's also cheaper. That's about it.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea is more similar to China than Japan. They are actually quite different, you aren't learning the language so similarities there are mute point. The cuisine is completely different, they use different ingredients, different dishes, different chopsticks and dishes, different ways of eating, different customs and different culture. Korea is only similar because or occupation but they are strongly trying to be their own identity. It's a short trip over, you might as well visit both countries.

    I can sum it up like this

    Go to Japan to relax

    Go to Korea to party

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Go to Korea to party
      This. Korea is great to go to with a bunch of friends for cheap alcohol and great food. It's generally a pretty lively place to go to as a group.

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea is kinda underrated, it's worthless if you're a weeb for the most part.

    It's a fair bit cheaper than Japan, you can still find 10-15 dollar 1br places around Seoul that a month will allow you to see pretty much everything.
    The high speed rail is also a tad cheaper from my exp since they aren't bleeding money on a new rail line that's delayed to hell
    Foods pretty good though people here absolutely lose their shit because it's often spicy, primarily pork/chicken dishes but it's not exactly hard to find beef
    Clubs are probably more open to foreigners or more welcoming feeling than Japan. Not sure why but Japan's clubs always feel like off
    Nature is pretty good as well
    People often tend to be more open about how things are rather than japan where they are near daft mutes and just roll with whatever stupid shit they are told

    Biggest issue with Korea over Japan is that Korea is proud of being superficial in things. There is so much fake shit in Korea that people will brag about as where Japan, stuff is often not as talked about if it's a knock off. This goes from everything of a girls body to a "historic site", they just don't give a frick.

    If you went to Japan and Otaku/Weeb shit was 50% or so the reason you went, Korea will be a bore

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >it's worthless if you're a weeb for the most part.
      kys. I'm a semi recovered weeb but I thought korea was awesome. Especially the food, better than Japan IMO

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Not sure why but Japan's clubs always feel like off
      For me it's just the facts that
      1) I prefer pubs over clubs
      2) You hear all the stories of yakuza run clubs that drug you and steal your money

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Things Korea has over Japan:

    -hotter women (kreampies)
    -WAY more english. Probably half of people in their 20s are comfortable talking in english if they have to. Compare that to like 5% of japs from my experience.
    -partying
    -koreans aren't autistic and have the stupid little autistic japanese rules, where if you break, they autistically seethe at you
    -koreans have more personality, lots of people joking and having fun in public. they like to party. Japs are scared to be looked at in public
    -medical tourism. go join the korean men and doll yourself up with cheap botox, laser treatments, facials, anything you can think of.
    -same infrastructure perks as japan (S tier public transport, delivery services, convenience stores)

    Korea was such a surprise. I liked it more than japan. I will daresay: if you enjoy meeting and chatting with locals when you travel, and aren't a weeb, you will like korea more than japan. There I said it.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >-hotter women (kreampies)
      true, problem is that their standards are essentially American tier. No I am not exaggerating.
      >-WAY more english. Probably half of people in their 20s are comfortable talking in english if they have to. Compare that to like 5% of japs from my experience.
      Also very true
      >-partying
      True but its not cheap and the locals are EXTREMELY vain. Many clubs will ban foreigners or if you don't look like a model.
      >-koreans aren't autistic and have the stupid little autistic japanese rules, where if you break, they autistically seethe at you
      Not true at all.
      >-koreans have more personality, lots of people joking and having fun in public. they like to party. Japs are scared to be looked at in public
      Also not true. Koreans avoid small talk with strangers at all cost. They are extremely autistic about this. The older generation is actually friendly.
      >-medical tourism. go join the korean men and doll yourself up with cheap botox, laser treatments, facials, anything you can think of.
      True
      >-same infrastructure perks as japan (S tier public transport, delivery services, convenience stores)
      Also true.

      https://i.imgur.com/d54xzRH.png

      Korea is kinda underrated, it's worthless if you're a weeb for the most part.

      It's a fair bit cheaper than Japan, you can still find 10-15 dollar 1br places around Seoul that a month will allow you to see pretty much everything.
      The high speed rail is also a tad cheaper from my exp since they aren't bleeding money on a new rail line that's delayed to hell
      Foods pretty good though people here absolutely lose their shit because it's often spicy, primarily pork/chicken dishes but it's not exactly hard to find beef
      Clubs are probably more open to foreigners or more welcoming feeling than Japan. Not sure why but Japan's clubs always feel like off
      Nature is pretty good as well
      People often tend to be more open about how things are rather than japan where they are near daft mutes and just roll with whatever stupid shit they are told

      Biggest issue with Korea over Japan is that Korea is proud of being superficial in things. There is so much fake shit in Korea that people will brag about as where Japan, stuff is often not as talked about if it's a knock off. This goes from everything of a girls body to a "historic site", they just don't give a frick.

      If you went to Japan and Otaku/Weeb shit was 50% or so the reason you went, Korea will be a bore

      >It's a fair bit cheaper than Japan, you can still find 10-15 dollar 1br places around Seoul that a month
      that was during covid. Not anymore. More tourists have arrived, increasing prices.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >that was during covid. Not anymore. More tourists have arrived, increasing prices.
        You're kidding right? I booked a month private room in a hostel for ~500 dollars in Seoul. Busan and Jeju I had the same-ish level of pricing 30USD/night on the waterfront. I have a hotel for 3 weeks as well for ~450 dollars.

        Overall the food, entertainment, and booze is cheaper still.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >true, problem is that their standards are essentially American tier
        Are you ugly? If you look like a white pretty boy you can find a Korean who digs that
        >True but its not cheap and the locals are EXTREMELY vain
        Are you poor? Nightlife in Seoul is not that expensive, unless your baseline is SEA
        >Many clubs will ban foreigners or if you don't look like a model.
        Not really that common. I'm sure you can find instances but it isn't common.
        Also some clubs outside of Seoul would let me in for free while Koreans paid a cover

        >that was during covid. Not anymore. More tourists have arrived, increasing prices.
        I was in Korea from 2020 to late 2022 and I don't think I met a single tourist who wasn't visiting their friends or something.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >>-hotter women (kreampies)
        >true, problem is that their standards are essentially American tier. No I am not exaggerating.
        >>-partying
        >True but its not cheap and the locals are EXTREMELY vain. Many clubs will ban foreigners or if you don't look like a model.
        just go to like hongdae not fricking gangnam
        also just use an american dating app to find the girls with a white fetish and they are easy if you are ok looking and of course white

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Lol Korean girls only have high standards for Korean men. I've seen the ugliest fricking white dudes who were also short and had zero fashion sense get Korean b***hes. The white worship is very strong in the mind of a Korean prostitute.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >-hotter women (kreampies)
      true, problem is that their standards are essentially American tier. No I am not exaggerating.
      >-WAY more english. Probably half of people in their 20s are comfortable talking in english if they have to. Compare that to like 5% of japs from my experience.
      Also very true
      >-partying
      True but its not cheap and the locals are EXTREMELY vain. Many clubs will ban foreigners or if you don't look like a model.
      >-koreans aren't autistic and have the stupid little autistic japanese rules, where if you break, they autistically seethe at you
      Not true at all.
      >-koreans have more personality, lots of people joking and having fun in public. they like to party. Japs are scared to be looked at in public
      Also not true. Koreans avoid small talk with strangers at all cost. They are extremely autistic about this. The older generation is actually friendly.
      >-medical tourism. go join the korean men and doll yourself up with cheap botox, laser treatments, facials, anything you can think of.
      True
      >-same infrastructure perks as japan (S tier public transport, delivery services, convenience stores)
      Also true.
      [...]
      >It's a fair bit cheaper than Japan, you can still find 10-15 dollar 1br places around Seoul that a month
      that was during covid. Not anymore. More tourists have arrived, increasing prices.

      Actual korean here. I'd say basically both of you are correct, but I'm surprised there's more people now that are willing to try amd speak English. Koreans get flustered easily.

      Any generalizations about personalities/vanity is just that: generalizations. Koreans are like Brits where they silently judge dumb behavior. I would say the Koreans that go clubbing aren't any more vain than LA influencers.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Idgaf about dating but any tips for first time to Korea?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Grab, food panda?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >stupid little autistic japanese rules, where if you break, they autistically seethe at you
      In Japan, if you're white you get a gaijin pass and are allowed to break the rules a little.

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Black guy here
    If you're black, the Korean women will absolutely swarm you. Bars and clubs are like a buffet.
    Highly recommend. I never went home from Hongdae alone

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      What about if you're white?
      Asking for a friend haha

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Go home lil' Timmy, Korean birds like big strong branches.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Black guy here
          If you're black, the Korean women will absolutely swarm you. Bars and clubs are like a buffet.
          Highly recommend. I never went home from Hongdae alone

          [...]

          doubt
          maybe you get a +1 for being exotic but that's it

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Coping ytboi. WMAF is a meme. Have you ever seen a black bull leave a party without a bird on his arms? Hell naw. We frick whenever we want, you frick whenever you can.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            more like +5 for being exotic, you underestimate female nature

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Coping ytboi. WMAF is a meme. Have you ever seen a black bull leave a party without a bird on his arms? Hell naw. We frick whenever we want, you frick whenever you can.

          definitely some Steve Urkel-tier black nerd coping and wishing he was like the israeli-created stereotype kek

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >the crossboarder Timmy incel still can't cope with being rejected by Korean women
            The joke tells itself. Get a job loser

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              I've never even been to Asia, I know I would sweep over there, and I know for a fact they don't like nogs over there. Keep coping.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I know Asia very well from my basement! see I watch a lot of animu 3DPD
                Kys stupid weeb

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                I don’t watch anime, gay.
                Go back to LARPing about muh dick

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's a TRAVEL imageboard, stupid dumbfrick. You already made clear you don't travel and have never been to Korea, so remove yourself from the thread moron. No matter how you much you seethe, Black men will keep on having fun in Hongdae. Wipe those incel tears after you leave

                [...]

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Don't listen to him. I was 3 weeks in Korea and only saw 1 black Guy with an ugly asian female. Meanwhile White Guys Got approached all the time especially in hongdae. They even were Denise entry to some Clubs where White people got in without problem

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Other Black guy here. I was stationed in Korea and I can confirm. I had an amazing time. Local chicks just couldn't get enough of me.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Should i brush up on korean, or is english enough? and im guessing Hip hop and r&b clubs is where id meet the most girls right

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      [...]

      Other Black guy here. I was stationed in Korea and I can confirm. I had an amazing time. Local chicks just couldn't get enough of me.

      Assuming any of you are actually black do you have long hair? Booked my flight to Korea for next month and I'm wondering if I should braid it or leave it out.

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I got a month to spend in Korea, plan on 1-2 weeks in Seoul, same for Busan. Any recs aside from usual tourist stuff? Idgaf about nature stuff for the most part, especially if it's 3 hour bus to walk another two hours to see a 3m waterfall and some mud.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      There is some shikhye (?) and makgeolli manufacture on one of the hills, with some good food as well. The opening times as weird af so look it up before going. Sorry I'm lazy to look up their name, but if you look up makgeolli and Busan on Naver Maps you will find them.
      If you are very bored and the weather is good, Surf Holic. It's a nice place to just chill at, also if you don't want to rent a surf or take classes.
      I enjoyed the usual tourist stuff, too. There were only 2 places that were overcrowded, that colorful village part on the peninsula and the temple on the coast.

      Note that the South and West coast is indeed mud, but the East coast is rocks, sometimes sand, water. It looks more calming to me at least. There's the metro that takes you up that coast, too. Don't expext Seoul metro frequency from it.
      Seomyeon on a Friday or Saturday night, but you know that I guess. Otherwise as a tourist I think Nampo serves as a good base as well. (It also has minimal nightlife, it's not completely dead.)

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks for the suggestions

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    But what is there to see if you're not a coomer or partying degenerate?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not much specific.
      See museums I guess, go on a hike (although there’s certainly better countries for hiking).
      That’s why it’s not a very touristy country.
      But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. For one people will assume you live there rather than assume you’re a tourist when you go there.

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've never been in a more vain filled place in my life, it was really sad, actually. Devoid of culture they instead push fake beauty standards, pressuring people into cosmetic surgeries and bankrupting themselves with creams. Most people I encountered were nice though, just strange.

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lads black or white, until you go you aint know shit. Its easy to troll online.

    I was in Japan and whites still rule. There are girls into blacks but guess what I met girls into indians too.

    Fetishes exist.

    Wanna see Korea next.

    t. 8 inch wiener white doctor

    Gud luck XD

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not really, no. Did a week in Japan and then a week in Korea before going home and tried to hype up Korea and tell myself it would be good, it wasn't.
    Japan is sadly so much better it's not even funny, do Korea first so it's not ruined by constantly thinking about how things would be better if you were in Japan.
    I really wanted the memes on this board about Korea being "discount Japan" to be false, but the only falsehood to them is that Korea is MORE expensive than Japan, not less.

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is teaching English in Korea still a good deal in current year?
    >loads of spare time on the job
    >can save loads of money
    is this still true?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >spare time on the job
      Wildly varies depending on the job
      >save loads of money
      Not “loads” but you can effortlessly save 500-600 USD a month. I ate out way too much and hit up Itaewon every weekend and still managed to do that. If you’re good at saving you’ll save over 1000 USD a month on a 2.2 mil KRW salary (the usual starting salary).
      The salary is low but you don’t have many expenses because rent is included and utilities are cheap.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        Also if you stay you’re contract you’ll get a months salary bonus and as long as you’re not a South African or British you’ll get your pension when you leave, which is generally about a months salary for every year you worked

        thanks anon, not sure if I'm gonna do it yet but I'm contemplating it, I need to get out of the endless cycle of NEETdom and save money quick
        I know Seoul is hard to get a job in but I'll look at the gazillion satellite cities surrounding it and see if there's anything there

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I know Seoul is hard to get a job
          I got my first job in Seoul. Some satellite cities are nicer than others (Ilsan and Anyang are pretty nice)
          At least when I was there last year, there was a huge shortage of teachers. My hagwon hired some guy who was an absolute moron (his interview was horrible even) just because they were desperate (he later left on a 4 day notice do go to Nepal), and this was in Seoul
          Finding a job in Seoul should be achievable, just apply if you want. Recruiters will probably try to push you to places outside of Seoul though, but you can also just look for jobs on craigslist (although a lot of places prefer to use recruiters due to the immigration process).
          Also being younger, a woman, white (if you're not Korean), not obese, and North American are all advantages. I'm a younger skinny white North American, so mileage varies

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >spare time on the job
      Wildly varies depending on the job
      >save loads of money
      Not “loads” but you can effortlessly save 500-600 USD a month. I ate out way too much and hit up Itaewon every weekend and still managed to do that. If you’re good at saving you’ll save over 1000 USD a month on a 2.2 mil KRW salary (the usual starting salary).
      The salary is low but you don’t have many expenses because rent is included and utilities are cheap.

      Also if you stay you’re contract you’ll get a months salary bonus and as long as you’re not a South African or British you’ll get your pension when you leave, which is generally about a months salary for every year you worked

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      No. Hogwons and EPIK/GEPIK are cutting benefits/conditions and the pay is now terrible, especially considering the cost of living.

      Also, local attitudes towards English teachers are worse than in other countries, probably because locals know that pay is terrible, which means they can't attract more qualified teachers, which causes them to despise those who do go and so on in what has become a vicious spiral.

      They aren't willing/able to either pay enough to attract the people they'd like (the way the public schools in Hong Kong do, for example), and they're also not really culturally willing to be civil and kind to the calibre of person who is willing to go to Korea under current conditions and pay.

      So no, it's not great, and I'd give Korea a miss.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Where would you rec instead? Heard China is good for pay

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          China is quite good in Asia in terms of pay relative to cost of living. Air quality sucks, people can be rough around the edges, and the CCP meme is real (that said, air sucks in Korea as well, and if you're worried about locals fricking you over that's a Korean specialty as well to about the same extent).

          Japan is what it is, might be worth it for the weeb memes and from what I can tell the people are more polite and easier to deal with on the whole, but in general conditions and pay are poor considering the cost of living and workload. Taiwan is a lot cheaper and I've heard some good things about it, but it's still the same general bag as Korea and Japan in the end.

          Just be realistic about what you're doing. If you're an uber-weeb, go to Japan, but have a plan as to what you're going to do next and sincerely follow through, whether that's quals, learning moonrunes or whatever.

          And try to get a realistic idea of what the place you're going is like. Do listen to negative and positive opinions, don't fall into either the trap of dismissing naysayers as "losers," "LBHs", or whatever the pejorative is, but also try to be realistically positive about what could go right.

          If you can, don't "marry" any individual country. If you get more quals and save your money, the world can stay your oyster. If you do things like jump into literal marriage with a local woman or spending all your effort on language learning and things like that, well then you could end up stuck. Only get stuck when you really want to get stuck, if possible.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Thanks for the in depth response anon
            I'm a fresh uni grad with no direction (yeah I know) that was gonna do ESL for a year to whip myself into shape and earn money to save for the future, also as an excuse to get the frick away from my hometown. I was inquiring about Korea because I'd heard about the free housing and ability to save lots of your paycheck
            Japan is actually my long term goal but from what I heard you can't save much on an ESL salary there? I would ideally save money to give myself more options for the year after my ESL stint

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            >and if you're worried about locals fricking you over that's a Korean specialty as well to about the same extent
            This, Koreans are dishonest fricking scammers on par with the Chinese. It's disgusting. They are not trustworthy people, they are incredibly superficial and vain people who love getting one over on a foreigner.

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is there’s any place here that I can visit that isn’t a sickening metropolis? I wanna see something unique like a convenient smaller city that isn’t as western influenced or anything related to Korean shamanism.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Gwanju

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        This, Gwangju is pretty chill. Hiking around is alright, too. They don't get many foreign tourist there, though, they all were convinced I was either studying or working in Korea, so communication took more effort than elsewhere. I only went there cause I'm a history geek, but I ended up liking it in general.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Gwangju

  14. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Never can have a Korean thread wothout blackcels spreading lies and seething.

  15. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea is different.
    Japan and Korea food are both top tier and they differ very much (spicy chicken and korean bbq is a must)
    K popular culture is a shitty mix of american and Jap cultures, while at the same time almost all population beside parting youth have chink man mentality.
    Some koreans seeth at foreginers, god forbid if youre dating one, at the same time the communication in english is not a problem in most cases.
    Seul was alright, but Busan and surrundings were just better, the nature is similar to those of Japan, but monuments are more akin to the china ones.
    I dont travel to coom because i do it with my gf, but those degenerates coomers already had to piped in to let you know how wet their pepe got while being there.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >already had to piped in to let you know how wet their pepe got while being there.
      English, please.

  16. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Korea
    No culture, no history, souless depressed people in a mass cult
    >Japan
    Culture, History, soul. Depressed people in mass cult and will never tell you how they ever really feel.

  17. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    go there if you want America-lite not Japan-lite
    most nightlife areas don't let in foreigners at all because of all the military, so the foreigners congregate in hongdae and itaewon and it's a literal BLACKED cuckpost IRL most of the time
    and by that i mean horny black military dudes and edgars trying to pick girls up

    outside of that it's uneventful, the cops are homosexual and militarized, all cooming is banned, and they refuse to use international apps like google maps, WhatsApp, LINE, Apple Pay, etc. but i guess busan is pretty and there's some cool shit to do and eat in Seoul

    out of everywhere in asia they have the best american food and shopping though, and they don't have autistic laws on CBD and vaping products.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >so the foreigners congregate in hongdae and itaewon and it's a literal BLACKED cuckpost IRL most of the time
      Kek this. Going out in Itaewon was like going out in Harlem or Atlanta, i'm not even exaggerating

  18. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How the cooming in Korea? Do they have an easily accessible sex tourism industry like in JP? I despise clubs and I heard all the girls are protected by their Oppas.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      No, sex tourism is pretty locked down tbqh and you're probably doubly fricked if you're a foreigner/can't speak korean.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        The government there is actually enforcing laws against prostitution these days. It's more like the West now, it's still there obviously but it's in the shadows.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          That kind if gay, what a fricking hell hole no wonder their birth rates are in the crater.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          It is shocking how all the old red light districts have been ripped down and are now high rise condos. Even the twin spinners are hard to find. It really is sad. I hope the Olympics and now Busan Expo 2030 are worth it.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      No, sex tourism is pretty locked down tbqh and you're probably doubly fricked if you're a foreigner/can't speak korean.

      https://i.imgur.com/kiEmL73.png

      The government there is actually enforcing laws against prostitution these days. It's more like the West now, it's still there obviously but it's in the shadows.

      There's a sex industry, but it's mostly out of the eyes of foreigners.
      If you go to Pyeongtaek station, right to the side of it there's an entire neighbourhood filled with prostitutes in glass windows, though even if you speak korean well they won't let you frick if you are a foreigner
      The best way to get laid is to go on twitter, there's usually officetel girls advertising under certain twitter tags, I've never tried because I'm not interested in that shit but I assume they wouldn't reject you if you look decent and could speak korean well enough.
      Don't go too far down that rabbit hole though, there's really illegal shit on there, kinda puts Korea in a bad light

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        How do I get one of these girls for photography?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Worthless post.

  19. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's the deal with Korea and TEFL teachers? They b***h about how they can't attract qualified people and how teachers in Korea are losers or whatever, but they do basically everything they can to drive good people away, from the shitty pay to the crappy accommodation and the terrible attitudes.

  20. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea has some kino history and culture.

  21. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lol South Korea is nothing like Japan, if anything Korea has more similarities with China. Superficial people obsessed with status and face culture, the main attraction of Korea being malls and shopping, hivemind culture where most people behave like braindead zombies just following what's popular or what everybody else is doing. One of the big things about Korea that sets it apart from other asian countries is that they have a huge drinking culture there where they even have to drink with their boss and coworkers after the work day is finished. There's also more of a focus on hierarchy in Korea compared to Japan and China, it's basically forbidden to ever show disagreement with an elder or a boss.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >have to drink with their boss and coworkers after the work day is finished. There's also more of a focus on hierarchy in Korea compared to Japan and China, it's basically forbidden to ever show disagreement with an elder or a boss
      No, this is the same in griorious nippon

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Honestly south korea just needs to open up a soapland type system. Then I will come over and spend my hard earned USD.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          They used to have that but feminism killed it. FFS, porn is illegal there, why would prostitution be okay? Korea's pretty fricked tbh

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            That funny cause all the KR businessman are going to Jp for soaps. There are now KR girls at the soap. Hahahaha

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I miss the male teacher nights. Huge fricking dinner, pool, more food with more drinking, singing room with "Helpers." Laughing about it the next day and pretending not to remember with the Principal.

  22. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    It's extremely easy to pull as a white guy, but the quality is going to be complete garbage. It's hilarious seeing how ugly these girls are yet foreign guys think they're taking home the hottest Korean girl ever

  23. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >pays up the ass in cover charges and other club fees.

    Those women are materialistic as frick at this point it better to just go to a top tier soapland. At least you’re guranteed to get laid for the amount of money you’re wasting. Also some people just hate clubs and bars.

  24. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea is in early beta stage country. The people all look the sam; plastic, ugly as frick, at least once you notice it. Obsessed with youth and full of bathroom spy cams and pedos.

    The style of fashion is dowdy as frick. Too many xenophobes, especially the older population. And highest suicide rate, and dying faster than they reproduce.

    The food will rip your butthole in half with half the spices because it's hot for no reason because they live empty shitty lives.

    Btw, no one gets tested for STD's, so if u coom with the b***hes she's probably been tested once in her life.

    Plastic fascist garbage c**try. Tachers paid in dingleberries. Most homogenous population. 30% Christiangays.

    The only good thing is they don't sweat. But they still smell like frickin kimchi.

    Anon, you are fricking moronic if u think Korea deserves your tourist money, literally use it to frick hookers in your home country if ur just coming to coom.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      lmao are you chinese

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm American and not white or Asian and I typed this on my phone. LOL u think only sinogays hate Korea? Kys ur country can smd.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          chinky winky making a stinky needing his binky

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            No...I live here gay. Never met a chink in Korea.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              whatever loser chink, don't spread your vitriol

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Very well put, you could always just go to the soaps and request a korean playmate.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Korea is in early beta stage country

      Let me get into this too, Koreans are my specialty. Younger generation are Western and insufferable gays judging and superficial as if they were all princes and princesses. Huge gaps in inequality insures low fertility rate, high suicide, and problematic characters. Most recently this culminated into the Ferry incident that claimed the lives of 100s of savable children's lives. In short, Korean culture is a Chinese ethics and morality with a veneer of westernization. If I had to be really racist, I would say Koreans are the israelites and Nigs of Asia all rolled up in one. One other thing is racial nationalism. This will be a problem one day but many Koreans think they are the best in everything. I had one Korean guy FOB many years ago tell me Koreans originated ramen.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Korea is basically Internet: The Country.

        Because under the KDJ administration, broadband was rolled out earlier than in most Western countries, all the shit that is characteristic of the Mayan Apocalypse in our part of the world (dating apps leading to 80:20, the horrible snitch culture, radical feminism, vicious yet covert racebaiting everywhere, blackpill shit and the preoccupation with physical appearances) came to them (and to a lesser extent, Japan) faster.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        lol saving this one.

        this is what I'm talking about, they suck.

        but bh it's not their fault the nips literally destroyed them and killed their culture, so that's why they're israelite nigs now.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >but bh it's not their fault the nips literally destroyed them and killed their culture, so that's why they're israelite nigs now.

          So true. Japanese made North Korea paranoid and schizo; For the South Koreans, Japan is always the perfect distraction from failing domestic policies such as the "comfort women"--this hits a particular nerve in korean male voters and ofc conflated to archetype levels as related to Korean history of xenophobia through the dynasties and Japanese occupation. But yah, if you ever hanged out with the older male korean fobs out drinking they are twice as bad denigrating their own women. Complete 180 degrees with Zoomer korean males as I think I have heard they have it real bad nowadays; they got roped into the Metoo movements and feminazi crap.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Simps ruin everything, simply put a man with means will always have sex with the most beautiful women.

            Money is the best, and it why dicaprio is never getting fricking married.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              He's got money and status (and good looks).
              That's why endless 10s he can bed not only want to sleep with him, they want to stay too (until he kicks them out at 25 kek.)

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Japanese made North Korea paranoid and schizo

            I generally roll my eyes when Koreans blame shit on the Japanese, but in the case of North Korea especially I think they are to blame for a lot of Koreans' attitudes. Basically a lot of the shit foreigners complain about with regard to how Koreans treat them (SE Asians and Westerners especially) is basically a continuation of Japanese attitudes. The Koreans have actually preserved Japanese World War II-era attitudes towards them better than Japan itself did. A lot in the specific way North Koreans demonise Americans is completely lifted from Japanese wartime propaganda.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Complete 180 degrees with Zoomer korean males as I think I have heard they have it real bad nowadays; they got roped into the Metoo movements and feminazi crap.

            There's been something of a reaction against that stuff, but just like in the West, it's an online thing for the most part, and for the same reasons.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            The west really is the great satan huh?

  25. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea for indulging in weeb tendencies equals big disappointment. Cultural exports are kekpop and kekdrama. So unless you are a woman probably...No.

  26. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What happened to the Japan general? Did coomers finally get it shut down?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Dunno it was all age appropriate shit.

  27. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    S.Korea seems like the patricians choice these days. Japan is overrun with prostitutemongers, weebs and all assortments of the mentally ill.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      There really isn't much to do there other than eat or drink though.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Japan is overrun with prostitutemongers, weebs and all assortments of the mentally ill
      Yes Japan has been populated by the Japanese for quite some time now

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      South Korea is a ridiculously boring country once you peel back the surface.

  28. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Does south korea have health delivery like in JP? I love health delivery because you just need to be a gentleman and you can get FS easily.

  29. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    South Korea is a highly americanised asian country imo. It's far more 'cyberpunk dystopia', than Japan, which a lot of people like to portray Japan as. That whole idea is 100 percent SK.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also, the older generation as someone mentioned upthread, are really friendly. When I visited, I got the same taxi to and from the airport and the guy bought me a gift. Young people are still friendly though, but might have been my personal experience because I fit the idea of attractive white foreigner over there.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Were girls really into you

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Just be white, works like a charm

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          is this the Korean American incel?
          I also think this guy is active on reddit, there's threads on /r/Korea about receiving creepy DMs from some guy who sounds exactly like our resident weirdo

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            You have to go back

  30. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is korea autistic about tattoos like japan or do they not care?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      No, a lot of people in Korea have tattoos.
      I was a teacher there once and people I worked with had visible tattoos when teaching, nobody cared

  31. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Going to Korea in less than 2 weeks, do I just use tinder, or go to bars or what? What if I want to actually have a good time - I mean outdoors like casual date, going to restaurant/cafe, theme park or whatever it is people so over there

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Theme parks are alright if you want a more traditional date, they're really set up to pander to couples.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cafe is the standard
      Go to cafe, then continue the date in a bar/restaurant. You can throw a rock in Seoul and it’ll break and hit two cafes.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Theme parks are alright if you want a more traditional date, they're really set up to pander to couples.

        Yeah I want to enjoy a nice date for once

  32. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How safe is travel in SK regarding not getting your shit stolen? Alright to leave a laptop at a hotel/airbnb or should u take it with you?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      As Koreans say, nobody in Korea steals anything except bikes. Now, I never had a bike in Korea, so I had nothing stolen. It's "I have left my phone to charge in unmanned laundromats for hours in many places in Korea, including the center of Seoul and nobody even touched it" levels of safe. See also: hostels that leave the entry code of the hostel on the front door itself that is locked with the same code.
      The unmanned convenience stores do see a lot of theft, but not enough so that it would be worth for the owner to hire staff.

      The danger is called drunk drivers and drivers falling asleep.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The unmanned convenience stores do see a lot of theft
        Good, they deserve it for eliminating a job

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah, I hear some people are also grumpy cause these theft cases take up a lot of police resources. I would also be grumpy. Like who tf expects the police to put any effort into these cases?
          My moral dilemma is I wonder what I would've done if someone DID take my phone while I left it to charge at the laundromat? I do have a good travel insurance, but I'm not sure if they would even cover this.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I never locked my bike in Seoul and it was never stolen.
        I rode it to work every day when it wasn't too cold, and left it on the street while in work

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks for the info

      • 10 months ago
        Floridanon

        >The unmanned convenience stores do see a lot of theft, but not enough so that it would be worth for the owner to hire staff.

        Literally the 51st state right here. Do you guys even have Walmart or some kind of equivalent?

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          E-Mart and Homeplus are the Walmart/Target equivalent.
          These two brands also operate smaller grocery stores, that's where I always bought groceries. Selection isn't bad there tbh, but if you want a selection like an American grocery store you have to go to the big store.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            >The unmanned convenience stores do see a lot of theft, but not enough so that it would be worth for the owner to hire staff.

            Literally the 51st state right here. Do you guys even have Walmart or some kind of equivalent?

            That, and remember that the hypermarket isn't always just one floor or two floors, it can be many floors

            Are Koreans better at English than Japanese?

            Yes, or at least they're less shy to speak English

  33. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korea is such a backwards, tech illiterate country it amazes me.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Isn't their entire economy making technology for Americans?

  34. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I can't stand how Koreans turn everything into an autistic pissing contest. As a foreigner, this takes the form of muh K-pop, muh IQ, etc. but Koreans have to put up with this kind of shit too just on an individual level without the nationalism angle.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      I don't realize why this board hates Korea so much. Seoul is fun city. Korea doesn't have as much touristy stuff to do and you don't see as much "traditional culture" as Japan, but its not a bad place.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Does it? There are positive and ambivalent comments ITT as well.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Anons hate it cause it's hard to get laid there lol

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Really? I found it easier than Tokyo. Girls were less shy when I approached, easier to read.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Lived there for 6 months and EVERYBODY said the opposite. Said Koreans are stuck up. Japan was easier.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              I had zero luck with nips in Tokyo, but instead pulled all the white girls I didn't want. In Seoul it wasnt so bad. Not sure what stuck up means here, just rejected or what.

              Maybe koreans like height and build more? I'm tall and pretty fit for lanklet standards. Maybe I have a face thats just not attractive to nips?

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                I have some hard time believing you considering my personal experience and the experience of others I talked with was so differnet.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                I kind of had a similar experience. Save the pulling white girls, for some reason most of them don’t frick with me, I think it’s because I’m Latino but idk. Anyways I didn’t get shit in Japan the entire time I was there but I actually had some success with Korean girls. Although I still agree with the idea that Koreans on average are really distant and unfriendly compared to the Japanese even if I was more successful sexually with Koreans.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                I had no luck with white girls overseas, but pulled Japanese girls on tinder and random apps. Philippines is just.. just be white and you’ll drown in pussy

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Japanese and Korean girls on tinder are notorious for flaking though

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Koreans and Asian-Americans like repeating this meme, but I don't think it's true. Girls in places like Singapore and Hong Kong are pretty fussy as well, and a lot of them are all about the money which the average random white guy doesn't have, certainly not by local standards. And yet they don't have the same reputation for being unfriendly and generally shitty that Korea does.

          So no, I don't think Korea's reputation is entirely or even mainly a disillusioned sexpat thing. Certain people would like to think so, because this frame bolsters their self-esteem, but really Korea has this reputation because it has earned it! Which is why even travellers from neighbouring Asian countries who've been there tend to have a similar opinion of Koreans, despite the whole sexpat/race angle not even entering into the equation.

          You don't need to be white to have an unpleasant time in South Korea, in fact if anything Westerners on average still tend to be somewhat more positive on South Korea than people from other backgrounds.

  35. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How is Busan compared to Seoul?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Everything Busan has, Seoul has, and Seoul has more. Busan is smaller and quieter, I guess
      It also has a mediocre beach
      Korean cities aren't really that different tbh, if you visit Korea I wouldn't say its really that necessary to leave the Seoul area.

  36. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Going to Korea in November (Seoul and Sokcho). Which neighbourhoods do you guys recommend in both? Thanks in advance.

  37. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are Koreans better at English than Japanese?

  38. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Of course its an entirely different country and culture. They are definitely similar in alot of ways but its a different experience.

  39. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    They both suck. I wouldn't want to go to either country.

  40. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    kek you literally can not have a Korea thread on this board without the resident blackcel spamming it up with his fantasies

  41. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Curious if any anons have any insight here

    Wanting to stay in Goryeo for late fall and early winter months. For mental health I need a place to exercise regularly. I have anytime fitness membership, so that is taken care of if I stay in Seoul, but the franchise is absent elsewhere. However, seoul is several hundred usd more per month for worse accommodation than various other parts of the country. I hear the costs of short term gym membership is ridiculous... how ridiculous? If I opt to go with a place in a smaller city, will the cost of a gym eat up the entire savings?

    Thanks anons

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Have you checked out all hotels with gyms yet?
      Also remember that there is some cool hiking here and there, definitely go hiking during autumn.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >hotels with gyms
        I have not, but I am staying in actual housing not a hotel. Not to mention the price premium probably ends up the same as a real gym over the timespan of months.

        >hiking
        Oh absolutely, but it's not the same effect as a regular workout.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      The biggest issue with living in Seoul is probably gonna be the high deposit costs, rent isn't too bad but it depends on the place you get and the area.
      Usually with gym memberships here they tend to be decently priced if you sign up for like six months, but really expensive if you only sign up for one, if you plan to stay in one place to entire time I think you should be okay.
      My reccomendation is Busan, you can get a good one room around Haeundae or Gwangalli with ocean view for a cheap deposit and rent, easy access to gyms, and weather tends to be better than Seoul.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm gonna be on a tourist visa so I'm not sure how much this all applies. Are they as autistic as japan is with short term rentals?

        Thanks for the input

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not exactly sure because I've never tried to get rentals on a tourist visa, but most contracts are signed on a yearly basis, you might be able to talk it down to 6 months.
          Additionally you could use either AirBNB (no deposit, though rent is usually more expensive) or Goshiwon/ Oneroomtels, some of which are okay but come with some disadvantages.
          They are definitely less autistic about it compared to Japan though.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      kys yellow fever gay

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Some of the small neighbourhood gyms are not too expensive. Jjimilbangs also can have workout areas and those are cheap to go to and you get the nice bath/shower/sauna along with the workout. I second the hiking suggestion, but I would recommend not around Seoul as it gets pretty crowded. Seokcho has some national parks close by that are incredible. Many of the neighbourhood parks also have workout equipment that is free to use. You will see the old people getting down on these. The winter can be pretty cold though so you are going to want a good jacket if you go outdoors.

  42. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >some troll pretends to be black and how hes cooming
    >"NOOOOOOO YOURE A Black person! EVERYONE HAATES YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!"
    >someone tells others that Korea is hard to coom in
    >"NOOOOOOOOOOO YOU MUST BE AZN-IDENTITY!"
    Why do whites get so easily triggered over the dumbest shit?
    >t. latino

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      tells others that Korea is hard to coom in

      Let's face it, there's an obvious agenda there. And no racial double-standard, I think the same when I see some copecel on /misc/ trying to say that all women hate even attractive nignogs or whatever. The rule is the same everywhere in the world: be attractive, don't be unattractive.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Theres no agenda, some places are harder to get laid than others. No idea why people get mad when they are told that Korea is hard to get laid in. The country is snobby and international as frick so it should come as no surprise to others that Koreans aren't gunna start blowing the first foreigner they see

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >The country is snobby and international

          What's international about Korea? It's literally one of the most homogenous places on earth, also Koreans barely travel besides going to Japan to shop and Guam or Hawaii to sit on the beach. It's literally the opposite of "international."

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            What's the rundown on picking up Asian b***hes on vacation to Guam and Hawaii?
            I may have an opportunity to work in Guam in the future (and get paid WAY more than what is typical on that island.)

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          My whole point was that no, Koreans aren't snobbier than anyone else. Hong Kongers and Singaporeans are just as snobby, maybe even more because they earn like 2x what Koreans do (Korea's average income is like what, $3,000 dollars a month? whereas Hong Kong and Singaporeans are much richer on average and so harder to impress).

          I think you guys are trying to push this idea that Koreans are snobbier, because you see it as a way to not-so-subtly increase the status of Koreans. I just don't think it's actually true.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Not even, it's more like 2k.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              It's gone up. Everything in Korea has gone up. I remember my gf before told me 2.5k was an ok wage, now it's 3k.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                Actual (rather than desired COL-matching) wages in South Korea have stagnated. The median (i.e. half of the population get more, half of the population get less) salary in South Korea is just 801,667 KRW per month! By contrast, the median salary in the United States is around $4,000 a month. (Average salaries are no more flattering to the Koreans: the average in South Korea is $3,000/month, average in the USA is $6,228/month).

                I have no idea where the perception that typical South Koreans are wealthy comes from. It must just be because Koreans tend to spend a lot of money on cars, clothes and skincare, and generally be pimped out.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Korea is harder simply because there is no prostitution industry open to foreigners and the country is rich enough that you can't just use your racial arbitrage to get women. Going by the Japan general most guys are just banging pros. In Korea you actually have to legitimately get women to like you to frick you.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              My point is that South Korea is actually poorer than other technically developed East Asian nations and territories (it is now actually poorer than Taiwan). The money argument doesn't seem to follow, Korea is mid in that respect.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Doubtful. Taiwan dumpy as frick and homeless everywhere, yet richer than new cars everywhere Korea? COPE and seeth bro, you're a nutter.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, Taiwanese aren't any richer than Koreans lol. The average monthly wage in Korea is $2,272, and in Taiwan it's $2,218.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/richest-asian-countries

                Korea isn't even close to being the richest in Asia.

                Singapore - $107,680
                Qatar - $100,040
                United Arab Emirates - $74,240
                Macao (China) - $67,470
                Brunei - $65,670
                Hong Kong (China) - $65,400
                Taiwan - $61,370
                Bahrain - $53,130
                Saudi Arabia - $48,910
                South Korea - $48,310

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              What is "racial arbitrage" exactly? And again, the United States is still on average a much wealthier country than South Korea. Perhaps not to quite the same extent as before the 1980s, but still quite substantially. If it's harder for white tourists in Korea than it used to be, the wealth gap likely isn't the reason.

              My guess is simply that dating apps and social media mean that the curve is just steeper in general, which means that a lot of relatively average white guys who might have been in with a chance decades ago are filtered, in favour of well, Chads, regardless of their nationality or race. It hurts average foreigners, because very few of them are top men. Being foreign in the past used to be just a random thing that made you stick out in the bar or club, like having interesting hair, being able to play an instrument, or being moderately jacked. Of course, in the modern dating scene, you have to do a lot better than that to attract attention, i.e. be Chad.

              Just as many average Koreans are also getting filtered by the same Chads (who are overwhelmingly although not exclusively local and Korean).

              tl;dr dating apps and social media are fricking over the little guy and that's probably you regardless of your nationality or origins. This is happening all over the world btw so there's no escape unless there's no Internet.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              "Racial arbitrage," if that's a thing, was only somewhat about being rich (unless we're going all the way back to Korean War-style throwing cans of spam and cigarettes as a flirting tactic or something).

              If it was all about being rich, Saudis would be at the top of the dating scene in Korea (I'm sure if you they start throwing their money around, they can get women in Korea, but that's because of their money, then, and not because of their race per se).

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >some places are harder to get laid than others

          What do you base this on? In every society in terms of "free" women, there are prudish people, and more extroverted normie types.

          If you're basing this idea on guys who go to SE Asia, they're banging literal prostitutes, and those are available everywhere. The only reason sexpats go there is because the hookers are cheaper there. If what you mean by Koreans being harder to get laid with is that they cost $150 to coom in while SE Asians are like half that, then yes, I agree.

  43. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    unlike u i have nothing to cope about lol. Currently in Vietnam and enjoying myself.

  44. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Korean narrative goes a little like this:

    >Chinese and Japanese don't like us for defying and outshining them
    >SE Asians and Taiwanese don't like us because of their inferiority complex
    >Westerners don't like us because we aren't willing to be their yanggongju (Yankee Princesses) anymore

    But you have to wonder, if so many different people come to dislike Koreans, can they all be wrong? I suppose if you look at it a /misc/cel-y way it might be "based" or whatever. But on the whole, I think Korea really is an unpleasant place, and Koreans an unpleasant people.

  45. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    i know you desperately want to consider your animalistic countenance and demeanor as somehow alpha, but everyone except really fricked up girls thinks it is uncanny and gross.
    you're basically an abo.

  46. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    The reason Korea doesn't get praise is because the average Korean does not give a flying FRICK about seeing yet another white guy who's probably either an English teacher, Military personnel from the US, or some other business person visiting.

    They don't bend over for tourism bucks like Japan does, nor do they care to do so outside some very specific things.
    The food is literally a mash of everything with no real identity because Korea was poorish farm land for a long fricking time before Asia modernized.
    The identity and culture is more openly superficial because there isn't too much of an identity Korea has outside "look how great we caught up with the world guys!'

    It seems every time I talk to people they don't like it because they aren't oggled by the locals for gracing their presence or it's not <shot from shitty japanese/chinese B movie>. Korea is a perfect spot to just take it easy, the HSR is cheap towns outside Seoul and Busan are relatively quiet, and you very rarely run into other tourists. The biggest negative Korea has is that it isn't so HEY FOREIGNER COME HERE COOL THING TOURIST! LOTS OF FUN! compared to other countries, which does make it slightly more difficult to find exciting things to do but it's not hard if you are simply an outgoing person.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >They don't bend over for tourism bucks like Japan does

      What do mean by this? In what sense does Japan "bend over"?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The reason Korea doesn't get praise is because the average Korean does not give a flying FRICK about seeing yet another white guy who's probably either an English teacher, Military personnel from the US, or some other business person visiting.
      >They don't bend over for tourism bucks like Japan does, nor do they care to do so outside some very specific things.

      Why not? It's nice to be nice. When I meet visitors or students in my country, I am kind to them, unless they give me a particular reason not to.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        korean arent outright rude to you, they are just cold and unfriendly.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/wmWbLuO.jpg

          The reason Korea doesn't get praise is because the average Korean does not give a flying FRICK about seeing yet another white guy who's probably either an English teacher, Military personnel from the US, or some other business person visiting.

          They don't bend over for tourism bucks like Japan does, nor do they care to do so outside some very specific things.
          The food is literally a mash of everything with no real identity because Korea was poorish farm land for a long fricking time before Asia modernized.
          The identity and culture is more openly superficial because there isn't too much of an identity Korea has outside "look how great we caught up with the world guys!'

          It seems every time I talk to people they don't like it because they aren't oggled by the locals for gracing their presence or it's not <shot from shitty japanese/chinese B movie>. Korea is a perfect spot to just take it easy, the HSR is cheap towns outside Seoul and Busan are relatively quiet, and you very rarely run into other tourists. The biggest negative Korea has is that it isn't so HEY FOREIGNER COME HERE COOL THING TOURIST! LOTS OF FUN! compared to other countries, which does make it slightly more difficult to find exciting things to do but it's not hard if you are simply an outgoing person.

          Disagree, I found Koreans to be friendly
          I preferred that Koreans see whites as people who live there rather than just tourists like a lot of places

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            I find Koreans to be fine people but they really just don't care as much as "O WOW I AM JAPANESE WHITE TOURIST!!!! U ARE VERY NOT OF WHAT OTHER TOURISTS ARE :)"

            That fake shit just irks me at least Koreas will just go on about their shit without wondering what persona they need to wear in this situation

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      explain picrel, am laughing to death send help.

  47. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    ahahahahaha
    ooo what a clever comeback Black person hahaha

  48. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How come whenever I have like bulgolgi my braps have this weird citrusy smell to them for many days after

  49. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    White men become gods in Korea, even the locals agree. It's become something of a social issue over there.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      I really don't get why a lot of Koreans seem to actually want to spread the idea that too many mediocre white guys are easily seducing their women. Wouldn't it make more sense to say they have it rough and nobody wants them? That's what aznidentity ricecels are working on, I don't know if it's going to entirely succeed, but at least it vaguely makes sense.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      This homie 진용진 is moronic when it comes to foreigners, he's already well known in korea for having a conservative slant to his stories (he did one about leftover women and another about low birth rate) and I tend to agree with him, but literally no one in korea actually acts like this, in fact I literally met more hongdae 한남 frickboys who go through kboo white girls like Black folk go through landwhales, who make it a point of fricking every 백마 european nationality and he doesn't seem to give a frick.
      And whats the indian dude anyway? He's throwing shade over something that millions of korean men do anyways? it makes no sense lol

  50. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Solo traveled South Korea for three months and now I'm travelling Japan. Both countries has its good and bad, but personally I prefer South Korea. Japanese food, culture, hospitality and sex tourism (especially Tobita Shinchi and other red light districts in Osaka) is great, but it feels so lonely and isolated here, especially in Tokyo. A lot of things are designed for individuals e.g. eating alone at the counter, staying in capsule hotels without a common room etc. I have tried to going to bars and meetups but there's an obvious language barrier and some people are looking for a free English lesson. It's also crowded as frick with tourists and many of them are either families with kids, anime/manga weirdos, fatties from theUS, or pale whities who have never left their basements. There's a lot of adult content openly displayed in public. You walk around and see Tenga products advertised, you go into a Mega Don Quijote store on the 6th floor in Shibuya and see a 18+ section selling sex products right next to the kids toys, you see inconspicuous prostitutes wearing short skirts and cute little purses on their smartphones waiting for potential customers, you walk past a shit ton of love hotels, you see a lot of touts trying to get you into their establishments and women holding up signs that say 5,000 yen for 1 hour of drinking company etc. It's all too tiresome and crass the longer I stay here.

    South Korea is dirty, their food can be a little shit, Koreans spit on the streets, some restaurants and clubs will reject you if you're either too old or not Korean, but I had a shit ton of fun and met a great bunch of people while staying at hostels, and most people were young solo travellers who wanted to party and enjoy themselves.

    Someone mentioned South Korea for party and Japan for relax, and I think that's accurate. In my opinion it's either South Korea is underrated, Japan is overrated and romantized, or both.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Did you only go to tokyo? Literally get out of the golden triangle and all of the shit you’re complaining about will disappear. I had great experiences chatting with old dudes in an izakaya in Kyushu and locals giving me free food and drinks. Especially once you learn some conversational Japanese, then it really opens up. I was out in the countryside in Korea and it’s boring and poor as frick. Not to mention Japanese landscapes are similar to Korea’s but more varied and better. Also I’d kms if I had to be around another kpop/Kdrama obsessed white b***h.

  51. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone know about the east coast of korea? Looks like a good area to tramp and camp to me.

  52. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Man, I'm so tired of everything being about racewar garbage nowadays.
    I know that it's what gets the most yous and views but come on, who fricking cares?

  53. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    there is no point denying the names a Black person calls you.
    even if any of them were true, they cannot sting because the thing calling you them is worse.

  54. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    What makes you sure the guy you're replying too is white? Could just as easily have been black or Korean for all you know.

  55. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Btw most of the people here aren’t white.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      False.

  56. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Well South Korea has that all female cult and shit, plus there’s a lot of lefty women schilling it sooo…

  57. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Do you just throw that word around for (you)s or do you actually know what that word means?

  58. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    homie you post here, you haven’t real vegana since you left your mom.

  59. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Reddit seethe
    Just tell me your a touristgay.

  60. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    [...]

    >your just projecting
    >starts screaming out buzzwords
    You will never breed.

  61. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Sorry you got rejected by Porcelain face prostitute.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Porcelain face

      Asians aren't how you imagine under all that makeup, Anon. IRL They aren't like in your Chinese cartoons, they are yellow and have brown nipples and pussy lips/wieners.

  62. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Tfw just want to visit Korea and see their cultural stuff
    >Check tvr and ask if anyone has any recommendations
    >200 comments arguing about sex
    This place is actually worse than Reddit. Guess I'll go back.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >200 comments arguing about sex

      Those who get it the least argue about it the most.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Place that is overwhelmingly populated by young men that are overwhelmingly single on a board dedicated to travel has arguments over things that single men of those ages care about the most
      What did you expect?
      This place is better than lereddit btw bc lereddit would call you a misogynist or a creep and there would be absolutely no racial discussion allowed other than "huh, those nips sure are xenophobic, huh? So backwards."
      Actually, forget I said anything. You should go back to lereddit, and you should stay there.

  63. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Tfw just want to visit Korea and see their cultural stuff
    >Check tvr and ask if anyone has any recommendations
    >200 comments arguing about sex
    This place is actually worse than Reddit. Guess I'll go back.

    If you want normie recommendations on culture and sights, you can just buy the Lonely Planet.

    Seriously, why do people come to SighSee(nel) and then complain about people actually being honest and talking about negatives that are somewhat taboo IRL?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because I want recs from weirdos, not an endless circle jerk about sex. A bit of false advertising if trv isn't about travel but only about autists' thoughts and feelings on BBC in various countries.

      >200 comments arguing about sex

      Those who get it the least argue about it the most.

      Should just have a designated coomer brain thread or force them into /mlp/ like the rest of the trash.

  64. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >I'm Indian and got laid in Korea just fine.
    the larps in the korean thread are getting out of countrol

  65. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >japan
    >china
    >korea

    All seethe at who the best in fricking asia, Meanwhile the USA is just fricking chilling with it 13 fricking carriers and it large number of oversea military bases.

    God damn being a USA citizen really is amazing when you think about it.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >God damn being a USA citizen really is amazing when you think about it.
      Yeah bro so many good memories growing up in a place that was only this shit

  66. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ain’t gonna lie never been but I’m a bit put off because of this normalgay b***h I follow. Looks like Asian LA.

  67. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gotta say the easiest lays is the English second language teachers in Busan.

  68. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >they literally genocided their culture and tried to kill the language

    This is something of a myth, it was only in 1941 that the main newspapers in Japan were forced to switch to printing in Japanese, for example.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Woops I meant to say, newspapers in Korea.

  69. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nevermind I guess it was 1/4 in 2002. Frick you.

  70. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I think Japan the easiest and cleanest. Soaplands are fricking GOD TIER.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is it true that it's illegal to actually have veganal sex in the soaplands? Can you still do it with a condom?

  71. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    t. Bruce Choi of Buena Park, CA

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Obsessed. Why are you so invested in Korea when you have no legitimate connection. Super cringe.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        What's your point?

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          My point is that you're an insecure loser with yellow fever

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm NTA thoughever.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Living in Orange County is a million times better than living in the shithole that is South Korea kek

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        why do you think so

  72. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly there too much money to be made in America, it why an american citizenship is still coveted.

  73. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do American militards get into fights all the time and then quickly run back to their base mommies so they escape punishment like in Okinawa?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >5

      Most US military personel in korea stay clean and avoid trouble because they don't want to get redeployed to a 100x worse location. There was a guy working as military police there who kept having issues with local folks at bars and it got so bad at some point he was sent all the way to fricking Montana in the middle of no where.

      Many try to work their way to a sweet gig back in Hawaii after their deployment in korea is over.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Montana
        Can't be worse than a desert shithole. At least the nature is beautiful too.

  74. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Simping for Orange county

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Defending Korea of all places

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Being this sensitive of trash heap county
        I know you're borderline illiterate but I never said anything about Korea.

  75. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wait so American taxpayer money goes towards keeping zogbot Black folk fed in Korea? What the frick do they even do there? There's no war, nothing.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      The Pentagon still isn't quite sure ROKA conscripts would actually hold steady in the event of an invasion. Also it's good to have a foothold in mainland Asia generally.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Probably worried about Rocket Man or something

  76. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >be 24 y/o latino from LA
    >going to Gyeonggi-do for EPIK cause I've been wanting to do it since my freshman year
    >took 4 years of korean in college cause I liked the history and culture
    >half my Kor calsses were femcel-tier uggos and koreaboos
    >almost always the only non-asian non-white male in any of my kor classes

    what should I expect bros? i'm kind of excited to live on my own and test my Korean skills. I was hoping for seoul cause there's a unique store there that i wanted to visit but gyeonggi-do is great too. is it hard to find a nice girl if you're brown? I'm not particularly ugly and I speak korean just fine. I speak spanish too, don't they romance languages are hot or something? I'm not going for pussy but it would be nice to date somebody and find a gf so I'm not alone. I really don't want to interact with fellow foreigners and be friends with them. I need korean speaking pals.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >cause I liked the history and culture

      Why?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        hmm, I didn't like the culture as much as it was very fascinating. I like history and geopolitics, current events, wars (I love reading about 'nam)
        because I thought they were some nothing irrelevant country like Belize or Hungary that had 0 culture and importance until Kpop slowly started hijacking the minds of everybody around me in the early 2010's. I thought it was just another footnote in American history cause of the korean war and coutnry south of kim jong un. Once Kpop was becoming a dominating force I began to read up on them I began to admire their struggle and everything they've managed to accomplish in only 2 generations: being transformed from one of the poorest countries in the world to a cultural and economic center deliberately by their dictator in the 70's and 80's. They're kind of a dark horse having never been in a position of power in their entire history in the shadow China (they literally believed it was their place) and then under Japan for decades where japan arguably raised their standard of living (for the wrong reasons ofc). Then their first pres conciously milked the US for millions in foreign aid. people were making less than a dollar a day.

        [...]

        thanks man. I just starting lifting regularly like 6 weeks ago and it's great but i'm really concerned about acquiring some quality protein powder and lactose free milk. i also heard meat can be pricey along with fresh produce. I was also thinking of signing up for dance classes like salsa or swing if I can't find a gym or my schedule allows. I'm v excited and I've worked with kids in volunteer/afterschool programs for years but I'm afraid I'll choke when i'm in front of a class and my lessons will fall apart.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          cont.
          they've become a post-modern brave-new-world nightmare experiencing the problems of modernization like low birthrates, over-education, depression and suicide. They have one of the best transportation systems in the world and the fastest internet speeds, but parents still consult shamans and worship ancestors so their kids will do good on tests that determine their life trajectory. ironic, isnt it? The govt network TV has a show called My Neighbor Charles that follows around immigrants living in SK and shows their struggles and adaptations. I had never heard of a govt making a show designed to make Koreans sympathize with the foreigners that are coming more and more each day. They're also offering free korean classes. it's not just koreaboos immigrating either, it's third worlders coming for a bettter life like they did to the USA.
          Koreans are also unafraid to call each other fat and ugly which is kinda based since I think Americans have little respect for their bodies.

          https://i.imgur.com/2wJQx8j.jpg

          >grandpa was born in northern korea
          >separated from his mom/sisters when the korean war broke out
          I could have relatives in NK

          I remember taking a korean lit class where we read about people who would risk death (by their own govt) hopping into NK to see their family in the 50's. They also made a documentary about people seeing their NK relatives for the first time in 50 years in the early 2000s'

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            last one

            https://i.imgur.com/UzHdlE6.jpg

            hmm, I didn't like the culture as much as it was very fascinating. I like history and geopolitics, current events, wars (I love reading about 'nam)
            because I thought they were some nothing irrelevant country like Belize or Hungary that had 0 culture and importance until Kpop slowly started hijacking the minds of everybody around me in the early 2010's. I thought it was just another footnote in American history cause of the korean war and coutnry south of kim jong un. Once Kpop was becoming a dominating force I began to read up on them I began to admire their struggle and everything they've managed to accomplish in only 2 generations: being transformed from one of the poorest countries in the world to a cultural and economic center deliberately by their dictator in the 70's and 80's. They're kind of a dark horse having never been in a position of power in their entire history in the shadow China (they literally believed it was their place) and then under Japan for decades where japan arguably raised their standard of living (for the wrong reasons ofc). Then their first pres conciously milked the US for millions in foreign aid. people were making less than a dollar a day.

            [...]
            thanks man. I just starting lifting regularly like 6 weeks ago and it's great but i'm really concerned about acquiring some quality protein powder and lactose free milk. i also heard meat can be pricey along with fresh produce. I was also thinking of signing up for dance classes like salsa or swing if I can't find a gym or my schedule allows. I'm v excited and I've worked with kids in volunteer/afterschool programs for years but I'm afraid I'll choke when i'm in front of a class and my lessons will fall apart.

            >inb4 just go to china
            china is a bastardization of a modern nation run by a literal mafia that looks for any opportunity to backstab each other. they produce nothing original, they abuse their own people, and years of censorship and persecution has left the population incapable or afraid to be creative so they have to steal it from other countries. Yeah korea is p soulless but china is worse. Most of the chinese I knew in college were cool, my first kiss was a chinese girl and I still miss her. However they did like to scalp parking passes and seats in high-demand classes then sell them. they also sold 10 page papers for like 150 USD from what one of them told me.
            >chinese girl who was supposed to be in my group project shows up to second to last day of film class with her term paper to turn in
            >she lets me read the first few paragraphs
            >compares an actor to Denzel washington in Training Day
            >ask her what Training Day is about
            >her face turns red
            prof failed her anyway

            sorry to blog but you guys asked me
            also how do i watch porn in Sk? Will I be okay with just a VPN? asking for a me

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >i'm really concerned about acquiring some quality protein powder and lactose free milk
          Go to coupang.com and search for "매일유업 매일두유 99.9 950ml, 10개" and "옵티멈뉴트리션 골드 스탠다드 웨이". Those are what I get. You can buy anything online in Korea, and get next day delivery. I have all of my groceries sent to my home. Order at night, and in the morning it's there. I recommend signing up for Coupang ASAP.
          >i also heard meat can be pricey along with fresh produce
          Produce is all right is long as you buy stuff grown locally. Hope you like sweet potatoes and onions. Say goodbye to apples and oranges. Funny enough, bananas are cheap. But yeah, I rarely eat beef nowadays. Chicken breasts are affordable. I usually buy them frozen in bulk on Coupang. Pork and fish are cheap too.
          >dance classes
          Harder to find outside of Seoul. Gyms are everywhere.
          >choke
          Just remember, you're the boss. You're the big man on campus. Nip trouble in the bud, but be generous enough that the kids find you approachable. Set the rules, set the pace. Never let them see you sweat. Everything is according to plan, even when it isn't. And plan your lessons. Write them down and keep them handy when teaching. After a few months, you won't need plans anymore, you'll be like clockwork. You'll be able to rock into class with no plan and teach amazing lessons.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >coupang
            I heard about that and I'm releived it's fast delivery since amazon prime has me spoiled. I still want to go outside and interact with ppl and places. are co-teacher nice and cooperative for the most part? based on the itnerview questions i got I am afraid that there's a chance I'll get some schizo who doesn't speak to me.

            >you're the boss
            oh yeah, believe me when I say I'm an butthole to kids. especially 2nd graders who don't listen to me after I tell them 4 times not to do something. I actually got a kid suspended yesterday for swearing after I told my director. My issue is the actual teaching and preparation. But like you said, it will only get easier. Hopefully I get elementary schoolers between 8-10. Is the curriculum provided at public schools? They will outline what they want taught and when right as well as providing books?

            Is there actually a lot of spare time for yourself or is that just a meme veterans with 2+ years exp perpetuate? I want to go hiking, eat, and meet nice ladies but I don't like clubbing or bars so idk where I would do that. Dating apps in the US is suicide-fuel for 99% of men.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Dating apps and dating are the same all over the developed world now friendo. The "JBW is over" shit ultimately has nothing to do with race, it's down to women everywhere becoming Chadsexual as a result of being spoiled for choice in recent years, that's it.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                This homie couldn't get laid in the Philippines

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Just remember, you're the boss. You're the big man on campus
            You seem very insecure

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              NTA but it’s true. There’s no need to be intimated by kids if you follow the rules and remember you’re in charge. If your colleagues, parents, boss etc gimp you then at least you know you were just doing your job.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          cont.
          they've become a post-modern brave-new-world nightmare experiencing the problems of modernization like low birthrates, over-education, depression and suicide. They have one of the best transportation systems in the world and the fastest internet speeds, but parents still consult shamans and worship ancestors so their kids will do good on tests that determine their life trajectory. ironic, isnt it? The govt network TV has a show called My Neighbor Charles that follows around immigrants living in SK and shows their struggles and adaptations. I had never heard of a govt making a show designed to make Koreans sympathize with the foreigners that are coming more and more each day. They're also offering free korean classes. it's not just koreaboos immigrating either, it's third worlders coming for a bettter life like they did to the USA.
          Koreans are also unafraid to call each other fat and ugly which is kinda based since I think Americans have little respect for their bodies.

          [...]
          I remember taking a korean lit class where we read about people who would risk death (by their own govt) hopping into NK to see their family in the 50's. They also made a documentary about people seeing their NK relatives for the first time in 50 years in the early 2000s'

          https://i.imgur.com/exUGrF8.jpg

          last one

          [...]
          >inb4 just go to china
          china is a bastardization of a modern nation run by a literal mafia that looks for any opportunity to backstab each other. they produce nothing original, they abuse their own people, and years of censorship and persecution has left the population incapable or afraid to be creative so they have to steal it from other countries. Yeah korea is p soulless but china is worse. Most of the chinese I knew in college were cool, my first kiss was a chinese girl and I still miss her. However they did like to scalp parking passes and seats in high-demand classes then sell them. they also sold 10 page papers for like 150 USD from what one of them told me.
          >chinese girl who was supposed to be in my group project shows up to second to last day of film class with her term paper to turn in
          >she lets me read the first few paragraphs
          >compares an actor to Denzel washington in Training Day
          >ask her what Training Day is about
          >her face turns red
          prof failed her anyway

          sorry to blog but you guys asked me
          also how do i watch porn in Sk? Will I be okay with just a VPN? asking for a me

          This is :O, the post(s). "oMg So ZaNy"

  77. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >grandpa was born in northern korea
    >separated from his mom/sisters when the korean war broke out
    I could have relatives in NK

  78. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    What's your race

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Black.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Black man teaching at a university in Asia
        Sorry, don't believe it.

  79. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Have you slept with any of your university students?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yes, very often, actually. Like at least 2 or 3 per semester.
      Like I said, if you are even a little bit masculine, korean women will throw themselves at you.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        But you're black. I thought Korean women didn't like darker skinned men.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Who told you that?
          Korean women (unsurprisingly) go crazy for black men, as they are seen as more masculine.
          Of course you gotta act and look your part as well, but if you are even decently tall (190cm+) and visibly regularly work out, you will literally drown in korean pussy.
          They will even openly cheat
          on their boyfriend with you to get a taste of real masculinity.
          Had a lot of women who got pretty upset when they left their boyfriend for me, but I told them I don't want a relationship after fricking them kek.

          >2-3 per semester
          bullshit.

          >if you are even a little bit masculine, korean women will throw themselves at you
          more believable, but don't they prefer really skinny guys? masculine as in assertive ow what sense? planning the date, bringing flowers, compliments, eye contact, having your own place etc is p much baseline for guys to even get a woman's attention in LA. Is this what is considered "masculine" in Sk?

          >but don't they prefer really skinny guys?
          Of course some do, but the majority will forget all about the kpop twinks once a tall, ripped Black guy walks into the room.
          >masculine as in assertive ow what sense?
          Yes. That and being in shape, strong, confident, well spoken etc. The definition of real masculinity is the same across all cultures.
          The good thing about Korea is that the direction of desire is reversed. In the west men simp after women to try and get them on a date and have sex, meanwhile if you are a desired foreigner in Korea you won't have to deal with all the nonsense like flowers, date planning etc, since the women are the ones trying to pursue you.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Are you the university teacher? I'm shocked a Korean university hired a black dude

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Yes.
              Why? Racism isn't really as bad in Korea as it is in SEA or Japan.
              Like I said, women here love Black dudes, so the only "hostility" you get is from korean men, who are too spineless to actually to anything more than give you dumb looks sometimes, so it really doesn't matter.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Foreign men regardless of race (unless you're a 6'2 gyopo gigachad like myself) only get bottom of the barrel Korean b***hes. Sorry but it's the truth. I even see white chads in Korea dating ugly ass Korean girls.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Chad by definition only dates hot girls. If he has to date ugly ass girls, he is not Chad.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                By Chad I mean white guys who could easily date top tier girls in the West. But they're in Korea dating some uggo that Korean guys wouldn't touch with 10 foot pole. Truly perplexing. I get hot ass Korean girls though because I can speak Korean but I'm also somewhat exotic for being a gyopo. Best of both worlds!

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                This thread has been up a long time and I have probably already made some flavor of this post (or someone else has) but South Korea is an INSANELY racist country. Like people say Japan is xenophobic - it isn't. Japan is the most welcoming, non-racist country in the world compared to Korea. It is insane. The tiny slights I noticed in Japan, the casual subtle discrimination against the gaijin, are NOTHING compared to Korea. I was never once denied service in Japan, and while I'm sure being able to speak Japanese curried me a lot of favor and got me in doors that might have been closed for someone like an English speaking black dude, Korea is so much more extreme it's not even funny.
                If you're white, and you want a taste of what it was probably like to be a black slave, go to Korea. They will deny you basic services. They literally do not care about money, they will refuse to let you buy things from them. You can't shop online, you can't order delivery, restaurants will turn you away, and despite the wageslave propaganda you see Koreans who don't work in an office job are some of the laziest people on the face of this planet. They literally do not care about bettering themselves or making money and as such they are more than happy to not make a sale if it means not providing service to an inferior foreigner. I cannot imagine I will travel to another country as openly hostile and unwelcoming as South Korea short of visiting a warzone.
                I truly cannot exaggerate enough that you should stick to Japan or Taiwan or even visit Thailand or another SEA. There is nothing for you in Korea and Koreans hate you and do not want you to visit their country.

                >racism isn't as bad
                You are either trolling or fricked out of your absolute gourd. Considering the angle you're pushing, probably the first.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Can't be that racist. I watch walkthrough videos on youtube and see black and white people everywhere.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Kys weeb

                Can't be that racist. I watch walkthrough videos on youtube and see black and white people everywhere.

                You're talking to a fat unkempt weeb who fricks his dakimakura... he's just angry he couldn't get away with finger-fricking joshikosei on the subway in Korea

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                p sure this is some type of pasta or high effort trolling if he typed all this shit out but in case any browns were curious about racism my cousing lived in seoul with his GF for a year and he said he got stares every now and then but he got used to it. prob cuz he's like 6'2 or 6'3

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Or maybe they don't give a shit if you're specifically white? All their apps require Korean ID (payment, shopping, entrance, etc.) so why bother with a foreigner if you can't sell them anything? Seems like something related to their security laws I guess.

                SK seems worse than China in this regard since we chat and alipay now allow visa and master card to pay for things. Some internal systems like some hospitals require Chinese ID but are suppose to allow passports. However they just never enabled that due to forgetting that foreigners exist rather than actively blocking foreigners bc laws or frickem since you can still go to their staff windows and check in with a passport.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Are you the university teacher?
              No. The university teacher is a long-time SighSee poster and he's a white guy. He always posts an image with his posts. You're talking to a larper you stupid Korean-American c**t.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                The white guy you're talking about always posts kpop idols like the creepy pedophilic homosexual that he is. He also doesn't talk shit about Korean men like the other poster.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Of course you'd know this. You're the Korean-American incel who's been asking every person on reddit and SighSee who's been to Korea if they're white and have fricked Korean women.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              >I'm shocked a Korean university hired a black dude

              The memes are rotting your brain. It's harder as a black dude but it's not shocking especially if you're a black american.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous
      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >2-3 per semester
        bullshit.

        >if you are even a little bit masculine, korean women will throw themselves at you
        more believable, but don't they prefer really skinny guys? masculine as in assertive ow what sense? planning the date, bringing flowers, compliments, eye contact, having your own place etc is p much baseline for guys to even get a woman's attention in LA. Is this what is considered "masculine" in Sk?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      But you're black. I thought Korean women didn't like darker skinned men.

      This Korean-American is STILL asking random SighSee posters how many Korean girls they've slept with. He's been doing this for YEARS.
      He always asks what race they are and then ask if they've slept with Korean women.
      What a fricking mentally ill moron.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        One of his favorites is asking high school teachers if they've slept with their students. Such a neurotic sick little incel.

  80. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    The fact people are falling for this shit is kinda sad and shows you all know absolutely frick all about Koreans.
    There are 51 million people in the country yet you all act like gwangjang and meyongdong are the only places that exist
    If you look for it in Seoul or Icheon, you'll find it we aren't talking about ulleung island here.

    This anon is posting a slight bit of truthisms but constantly is caking on his BBC fetish shit into it.
    For real talk, most the shit you hear about Korea like "Oh no children literally were crying because I am a black teacher at me!" or "Koreans only like thin body types with light skin" or "muscles are a huge turn off for women!". Are generally all written by fat reddit english teachers or maybe people stationed in the military all trying to cope and justify their lack of social skills as to why women turn their makeup caked chins up at them. Korea is different than the west but it's not that much different, some girls like foreigners(regardless of color) for a fling others don't simple as. This dude is just one really dedicated BBC worshiper

  81. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is it true that Seoul is amazing for students? I’m considering doing a semester abroad in SK, but I’m more of an early morning outdoors type person than nightlife. Would I still have a good time at a more reasonable price than say Japan or somewhere in Europe?

  82. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why is every thread on this board just about sex?
    Aren't there enough other boards to indulge in your racebait garbage and larp cuckold fantasies?

  83. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Best places to party in Seoul?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hongdae

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks! Had a lot of fun in Busan yesterday, spent a couple of hours at a Korean spa, then went to a couple of bars around Seomyeon

  84. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why does Korean pussy feel so good?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because it's the best and tightest pussy in the world. Korean girls are superior, simple as

  85. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Since this seems to be Korea gen, anyone have tips on how to vet and compare cosmetic surgery clinics? Is there some government certification?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I would like to know this. I want to get facial liposuction (inb4 just lose weight fatty, frick off).

      I've seen clinics that arrange everything including transportation from the airport but I'm worried about the recovery, is the food good or nasty slop and what happens if you aren't recovered enough to board the plane back? I don't think they let you onboard if you're bleeding out.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Food's alri but it's either painfully fricking spicy, like masochist level for people who have been burning their mouths and giving themselves diarrhea for their entire lives or it's painfully bland with essentially no seasoning. Or, worse, it's very sweet when it has no right being sweet (see Korean pizza)
        Korean food is pretty grim compared to most other countries, I'd probably rate it about on par with British cuisine.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          I meant more of the food I'd get at a Korean hospital since this is in relation to cosmetic surgery. I'm sure I can find some bulgogi or something I like but asian takes on "western" food like the pizza you mentioned are usually pretty atrocious.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            they'll probably just feed you rice and maybe gukbap I don't know I imagine it'll be bland tasteless garbage

  86. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >marriage
    Don't ask me how I know you're a virgin hahahhahah

  87. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korean broads are hot af but very immature and unstable emotionally

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's what's fun about them

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, they are lots fun for sex and hanging out casually but many a guy becomes blinded by their hotness, starts falling more seriously for one of them, gets attached... and that often doesn't end up well

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's what's fun about them

      Yes, they are lots fun for sex and hanging out casually but many a guy becomes blinded by their hotness, starts falling more seriously for one of them, gets attached... and that often doesn't end up well

      >hot
      They barely look human with all the plastic surgery they get. You're literally having sex with an ogre wearing a mask. To each their own I guess.

  88. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Korean nightlife after 9pm outside of Seoul/Busan is literally hanging out in the local emart lol

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      How's countryside K-pussy?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        old and shriveled. No one under 70 lives outside the cities. Enjoy hitting on some granny with a visor and a short perm while pounding 75 cents bottles of soju with some random old man who insists on paying for your dried squid.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          sounds kino

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          It can't be that bad. There must be some ultra tight high school pussy as well

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            If the girl is super tight it just means she isnt comfortable having sex. They dont do stretching exercises before giving birth and can still fit a giant korean head through. Spend more time working her up, koreans have shallow pussy you can bottom out easily but wont cum as easily if you rush.

            I am convinced dick size is a porn meme. Even tall white girls I can feel their cervix with my fingers, which are much shorter than my fairly average dick. Protip, the cervix should feel soft and open not hard and pressed.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              That was not the point though... it was about the availability of curious hs girls wanting to try a foreigner before they go off for college

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah I just like to deprogram the porn obsessed if theres even the slightest relation to the topic.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Dick size is a meme. If you ever go to JJimjillbang you will know some Korean dudes have exceptional penises.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah? Then why are the sleezy motel's complimentary condoms so tiny?

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                because only foreigners use them

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                I tried to squeeze one over my wiener and it tore. The K-girl I was with just laughed and said we could do it bareback.
                lol

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Was she hot?

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                I know a girl who is big into K-pop and goes to korea way too often, and sleeps with guys there. 3 of the 9 koreans she slept with had a "very small penis"

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yet you're in the friendzone and have to jerk off to the sexcapades of your friend wishing it was you lmao

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                I know her because I am fricking her cuter Korean friend, so seeth more

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                Sure you are Timmy... bet your tiny wiener dribbles every time a new guy rails her, you dumb cuck

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                enjoy sucking small korean wiener gay

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >brings out sucking dick out of the blue
                I thought you were a loser jealous of Korean guys rawdogging your friend while you fapped alone at home... it turns out you were a homosexual all along, wishing it was you sucking Korean wieners instead of your friend. Lol, lmao even

  89. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's Jeju like?
    It's supposed to be the Korean Hawaii but is it?
    Is it lively or quiet?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Depends where you go, just like Hawaii. Did you book your hotel in one of the towns? It can get busy. Did you book elsewhere? It can get quiet. I would compare the vibe to coastal Oahu if I really had to compare it to anything. Definitely not Maui. The food on Jeju is better compared to Hawaii, the nature is obviously less varied. The beaches would be an insult to Oahu to compare.
      If you liked Hawaii for its nature, you will be 100% disappointed with Jeju. If you like hanging out in beachside bars, restaurants, cafes, maybe do some hiking, you will love Jeju.
      If you want Hawaii, go to Hawaii.
      I did enjoy Jeju a lot, but then again you put me on a mountain with an ocean view, and you give me some good food, I'm happy.

  90. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    So now that the dust has settled and seeing the tremendous seethe it causes, it's safe to say that the hottest party girls in Hongdae prefer Black men for having some fun

  91. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a potatoBlack person/German hybrid who's lived in America all his life.
    How much and how high-quality is that South Korean plastic surgery? Is it sketchy? How would it look on the kind of guy you imagined when you read the first sentence of this post? Keep in mind that I am over 6 feet tall and skinnyfat, and I have genetic dark circles under my eyes and the famous Irish chin. I look like Haley Joel Osment in the pic related.
    Thank you for your time.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      That dude looks totally fine, he's just overweight and his hairdresser hates him. The only thing he needs is changing his hairdresser, and showing up every month or two for a trim.

      If you need people who are experienced with white features, but are not too expensive, you go to Turkey.
      South Korea could maybe do your hair transplants, or some fillers for your undereyes. Then again, are you absolutely sure it's not some liver condition you inherited, or you're just iron/B12 deficient? I know way too many people who don't give a frick about their liver health, and their parents didn't give a frick about their liver, and they're surprised they all have dark undereyes... If that's not the case for you, yeah, Korea has undereye fillers for sure. There are tons if English options, too.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I’ll keep Turkey in mind.
        I did have jaundice when I was born…
        I don’t go hard on the drinking that often but sometimes I do. I’d say I still drink a lot less frequently than people my age.
        Parents don’t drink too much either but idk how much they did before I was born.
        Legit my entire family from my Mom’s side has the dark circles though, all of my aunts and cousins have it.

  92. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to go on the Panmunjon tours. Are they still on after the recent incident?

  93. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    God why is korea so expensive to fly to compared to japan. 1300 non stop to tokyo vs 1600 for seoul

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