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this was distinct from women (mostly in america) who he knew and/or had dated in the past. kpop idols dance better than bieber for one major reason: they are trained like freaking machines. it true that korean men do not think foreigners are attracted to them? i could care less about looks, and i think the emphasis kpop puts on them is disgusting. i have yet to see anyone who wasn't asian in what would be considered "kpop". those shows are where korean kpop wannabes consolidate or blow their star potential, and to do well on those you need the language.
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i’ve just read an article saying that koreans hate foreigners and they might violence toward them. merah10/17/2015 3:27 pmno, i'll find a white caucasian out of place in a kpop group. i first dated an asian guy long before i had heard kpop or watched korean dramas. has had students (usually male) divulge such information as being a 3rd or 4th year university student, maybe 24 or 25 years old korean age, and have never gone on a date or had a girlfriend before. however, most dates were very similar to western experiences, like having some dinner and going to a movie. most people would rather date inside their own race than have an interracial relationship.
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plss someone clear it out for mereplydeleteunknown10/17/2015 3:10 pmthere are chinese such as luhan and thai, nichkhun, who have become very popular kpop stars.’m really curious, if korean culture does not support relationships and marriage with foreigners, how do you explain that everyone, including my boyfriend’s distant and close family, friends, and classmates, is fine with the fact that i’m european?/13/2013 1:42 amfor a k-pop performer in a kpop group that runs according to the kpop business model (and let's be honest - sm/yg/jyp kpop is a business model, not an art form). how some some not all fans say they hope foreign people dont make it in the kpop industry hurts. as i said before, it's all make-up, rather than really giving foreigners a chance. now that kpop has attracted some eyes overseas, non-asian foreigners are seeing the possibility to success in a tiny country they never heard of before and applying/auditioning/actually considering moving to korea to make it work.
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deletereplycocozi8/09/2013 3:41 pmthe korean seems to have gotten angry at the question asked, all she did was she made a distinction between asian foreigners and non asian foreigners the former who already have a presence in the kpop scene and the latter no presence at all excluding busker busker cos its doubtful busker busker would label themselves a kpop group and most comments here object to you using them as an example of a kpop group. our cultural tradition that we should not be marrying foreigners coupled with our understanding that the same would be true for those foreign girls is a big hurdle to overcome. have anther question on this topic, what kind of relationship do koreans have when they date? it's also ridiculous to say that any non-asians who want to be kpop idols are just doing it to meet famous people./13/2013 4:52 ameven though tons of foreigners are trying to infiltrate kpop, i hope they don't succeed. i work for a large it company here in seoul and although my team has had chinese and japanese people working here for years, after i joined people said, i didn't know foreigners worked at x company!