Here I will try to explain the different methods of dating that take place in the Korean culture.I have found that these are common not only in Korea but also in large Korean communities in America such as Koreatown in Los Angeles or even in certain communities in New York or San Francisco. This is pretty much the equivalence of matchmaking or a referral from someone you know. You remember the old Biggie Small lyrics, "..your friends to get with my friends and we can be friends...".Let's say I have a single coworker that I think would be a good match for one of my girl friends. The literal translation for sogae is "introduction" or "to introduce". Generally this is a similar concept to sogaeting where usually one or two people have chosen to play matchmaker. I can call 2 of my girlfriends, you can call 2 of you guy friends, and we can all meet up to see if anything clicks for anyone.I have seen some meetings consist of groups as large as probably 20 girls and 20 guys. Two people who've met online can choose to meet in person, in a real life date by the form of bongaeting.
Generally, most Korean nightclubs will be table service and bottle service only.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
The Kings of Ktown is a stand up comedy special featuring Danny Cho, Paul PK Kim & Walter Hong.
Filmed at The World Famous Laugh Factory Hollywood, these three comedians drop there views on culture, race, family, dating, and living like a King in Koreatown, Los Angeles.