A girl shared how a story about how different Korean guys are in real life compared to the movies or dramas.
Here is the story:
I just broke up with my ex recently, yes he is Korean. Alot of girls dream about getting a handsome Korean boy but the torment I got from it is so different from your “dream idols”.
I met him while I was working as a stewardess back then and they are far from a “sweet thing”. Initially, like all guys, they treat you really good at the start and it eventually becomes less exciting. But I’m fine with that as that is only natural. What I could not endure was his violence.
Every time we have an argument and he cannot tolerate he will slap me or start smashing things in the room.
This is not an isolated incident I have other friends with Korean BFs and they are the same they said that they have “the big man” behaviour and tend to use their fists to solve problems.
If you think I’m lying just go Google and search “are Korean Men violent”. The first few results will be enough to shock you. About 80% of couples based on 2,000 couples say that they get some form of physical abuse.
Getting beat up is one thing, always taking money from me is another. He works as a regular office employee drawing a decent $4k plus. That’s not rich but not poor either.
Every time he needs to buy some stuff he will ask for money from me and always promise to return it but never returns it.
He always comes out with some sob story that back home in Korea the mother needs the money or something.
After the breakup, I realised there is no difference between Korean men and Siam bu from Discos. (The mother sick? The grandmother sick? The cow sick?)
It’s the same thing, every time I lend him the money will end up with him spending it on some branded T-shirt. Come on! A few hundred dollars for a T-shirt with a nice brand but the clothing material is cheap.
I have enough of the lies and physical pain I have to endure.