You can dress it up, but you're still being racist when you voice such bullshit when you see an interracial couple pass by.
Basic home training says that you don't know them, and it ain't none of your business. That being said, I do notice the couple mismatches and weirdos who make your skin crawl with women who seem to not be in the know and aren't picking up the same signals as one's fellow peoples might.
DISCLAIMERS Now, I'll say from the git-go that this isn't a post about "How to Get Korean Women." I'm no expert on such things, and if you're a foreigner in Korea, you should have no trouble becoming the object of interest for somebody here, especially given the universal element of curiosity, bolstered by the powerful narcotic of largely American media that sets up white masculinity (as well as Western modes of desire) as the standard of beauty itself.
Hence, Joe Schmoe from back home gets called "Brad Pitt" here. I'll also say that I don't buy into the racist assumptions around the issue of international/interracial dating; by virtue of personal experience, observation, and anecdote, the chimera of "white man hoodwinks hapless Korean woman" or "I'm sick of seeing white losers with Korean women above their station as a reflection of the neo-colonial relationship with the United States and a problematic colonized attitude vis a vis whiteness" are usually just longer and less honest ways of pretty much expressing disgust at interracial couples. Basically, if you don't like seeing white men with Korean women AS A RULE, you are making big generalizations and are being racist when you speak/act negatively against them. Yeah, one can quote statistics about "outmarriage" rates or the myriad alleged "wrong reasons" people get into relationships; but I know gentlemen who prefer blondes or redheads, girls who wear skimpy clothes, or just judge women by the size of their mammaries, but you'd have to go and ask about those, right?
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Wine Day (October 14th) – couples enjoy a glass or two of wine together.But, to each, his own, and I find those people in the vast minority.Most foreign folks I see in Korea are just doing what's pretty natural when people are in their 20's.Blind dates in Korea are extremely common and one of the most common ways to meet people in a relatively ‘safe’ way.Note: Of course, this is not the only way Koreans meet potential baby mamas and daddys.