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1. My parents got married at age 20, but I was only 14. My parents never had a child with each other, so I don't know the exact dates but my family didn't have much time for anything else. I never thought to call my parents about any romantic feelings.
2. When I was in high school, I was going through a hard time and had a bad habit of talking to myself all the time. But that didn't stop me from meeting an old friend at my school. I thought the friend was pretty cute, and korean marriage I said, "I'm sure you'd be willing to talk to me." He started talking to me about things and started dating me! I was shocked and excited! I thought, "Oh, that is so cool!" But after seeing him for a while, I started getting sick of him and realized I couldn't ever really spend time with him. I started hanging out with my older brother. My parents got a divorce and my brother started dating a girl who was a freshman at my school. I was so proud of him for coming out to his friends and starting the life he had dreamed of! But I thought, "What a waste of time! He needs a good girl!" So I dumped him. And then my friend asked me out on a date. But I didn't want to meet her at all. I thought, "I can't wait to get home and tell my mother and dad that I'm leaving him." The problem was that my mother had told me she was going to send me to college. So she sent my brother to college and we met up in a small town in Korea. I was just so glad I met her. And I told her, "I'm not going to stay in Korea and look for a boyfriend. I'll go home and work on myself. I'm going to try my best. But if I don't find someone here, I won't know how to deal with it. And I won't be able to meet any friends and get to know them." So my mom sent me to Seoul to work with a Korean language teacher. And she taught me Korean. And so I found out that Korean people and Korean culture, and all kinds of things, are very similar to Korean people in Japan. And the way you get used to it is different. You learn the language, you do all of the Japanese things, you learn everything about Korean culture, and then you come back to Korea and you do the Korean stuff again. I never thought I would feel that way. I date korean guys online came back and it was the exact opposite. I never had any experience in Korea. I was a new immigrant. I was in shock. I had no idea what I was doing. I south korea dating sites thought it was some sort of stupid thing that would never happen to me. When I got back, I thought that people would treat me like a crazy person, but it didn't happen. People were nice to korean okcupid me and they were more understanding. I met a lot of awesome girls who I'm friends with now. I have a lot of friends who still have that feeling of "oh my god, I met this girl from Korea and I was like I can't believe that happened to me." But it's cool to know that it's not so bad. It's kind of cool because I have to think about what I can do to make that happen more. I'm not afraid of girls in Korea because I've seen a lot of the women in Korea have so many problems, and I have the freedom to talk to the women I want to talk to about it, which is nice. If I talk to a woman, it's like I'm talking to my future self. I know what my strengths and my weaknesses are.
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