NOTICE: Upcoming Meetup for The Seoul Players Union


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Last month on February 6, we had a successful meetup with fellow players and readers of other like-minded websites.

While this meeting was reviled in the media as “pro-rape advocates” and other such lies, the simple truth is that a few of us living in and around Seoul met up, had a few beers, and talked for a couple of hours.

The main purpose of these meetups is simply to meet other men who share similar mindsets and worldviews as ourselves, as well as get to know one another on a personal level.

Because of media backlash and unsubstantiated outrage, all members are anonymous and no pictures of the event are taken. Even the men there only use first names, and if you’re still concerned about privacy you’re free to use a fake name.

This coming Saturday, March 5, we will be holding the second meetup of this group. Continue reading

Thank You Feminists and White Knights!


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As some of you may have heard, we recently had a meetup as part of a coordinated effort with men around the world. The meetup went exceedingly well. I got to meet several of my readers and supporters, and we had some beers and a great chat.  I really want to thank the guys who came, it was good to link up in real life.  Future plans will be posted on the site about the next meetups.

I also want to give a serious thank you and shout out to the feminists and white knights of Reddit Korea, who decided to give me a link on their site titled “Anyone going to this shit?” Continue reading

The Seoul Players Union Takes a Stand for Free Speech


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This coming Saturday, February 6, will be our first official meetup.

Men have messaged me from all across South Korea to express their intent to come join us this Saturday when we meet in the Bosingak Belfry, Jonggak station, in central Seoul. Maps are available here for those who wish to join, and if you need further information or help getting there, email me here for my direct contact information.

This informal gathering is happening worldwide among readers of Roosh V’s site as well as Return of Kings, a website where men discuss issues affecting their lives.

This meetup is turning into one of the most important events in what has been a long war against free speech, masculinity, and our personal rights and freedoms.

This idea of men meeting up and discussing issues is terrifying to the powers that be. Continue reading

First Seoul Player Meetup – February 6, 2016


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berserkersHey players, I hope everyone’s new year is off to a great start.  This is an exciting year, and a very important time for men all over the world.  As such, Roosh V (founder of Return of Kings) has decided to organize an international meetup day for masculine men all around the world.  You can read more about the event here.

We have decided to participate in this event, which involves creating a men’s space (no women allowed) where we can congregate and talk about whatever we like. Continue reading

How to Improve Your Conversations with Women


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What’s the ultimate fantasy goal of most men when they start learning about game and pickup?

Let’s be honest with ourselves here.

Most men want to be able to walk up to a hot girl and just say, “Hey I think you’re hot. My place or yours?” and then she comes with you for some great no strings attached sex. Maybe as a cherry on top she poses with you for a picture in your bed that you can show off to your friends later and brag.

Sounds awesome, right? Continue reading

First Q&A with Jack North


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Hey players! In several posts I have put out a call for questions, and I’ve received quite a bit of email feedback. While I answer all my emails personally, I would like to take a chance to answer the most frequently asked questions in an open forum. I’ve tried to group them together in a way that makes sense as a straight read through, so they’re not necessarily in the order of most to least asked, but rather a more flowing thought process for both me and you readers.

The most basic question always comes from guys who are having trouble meeting women in Korea. These guys all come from different countries and backgrounds with wildly different personality types from the false bravado of young military bucks to the bookworm type who are still wearing their chinos out on the town like it’s a 90’s nightclub. The one commonality between all these men and their inability to get the women and numbers they want is their skepticism of the game.

The single most common question among them all is:

“Why should I learn ‘game’?” Continue reading

How to Tinder in Korea – Part 4


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Here we go players, it’s time for the final installment in The Seoul Player’s Guide to Tindering in Korea: The Date. We’re going to go over the details, specifics, and logistics of taking out a Tinder date in Korea for a (hopefully) successful evening.

If you missed the other parts, you can find them here – About Me, Pictures, and Messaging.  As always, Julius will give his take first, followed by my thoughts.

JULIUS: One of the best things about Tinder is that it skips the approaching and trying to get a woman interested in you and replaces it with a right swipe. In other words, you’re not there to work on that. That part has been done for you. So once you begin messaging and things are going smoothly, you’ll just have to figure out when and where to meet.

Some women might want to meet within the day of matching, while others wait about a week or so to see how you are as a person. Do not take the immediate meetup as a guarantee for hooking up; a few people just want to go on a blind date and see how it goes. Continue reading

Merry Christmas from the Seoul Players’ Union!


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Hey players, I hope you’re all having a great Christmas today!

I’m currently writing this from another country where I can’t find reliable wifi, so it’s been difficult for me to post recently. But worry not players, The Head Player himself will be back in Korea shortly!

As we come up to a new year, it’s important to reflect on this year’s successes as well as what the coming year holds for us. Continue reading

How to Tinder in Korea – Part 3


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This is part three of The Seoul Player’s Guide to Tindering in Korea. In case you missed them, you can read parts 1 and 2 here – About Me and Pictures.

Today Julius and I will be discussing what many people find to be the hardest part of online dating: Messaging. As always, Julius and I have completely different styles that complement our different personalities. Read the advice from each of us and apply what best fits who you are.


JULIUS: Messaging on here is incredibly easy. After a match, you’re given the opportunity to message. I find that first sending a message about one of her pictures, usually complimenting her beauty and striking conversation on whatever they’re doing or wherever they happen to be in the picture as a fail proof way of getting her interested. If you just message “hey” or “sup”, or worse… a cheesy pickup line (unless intentionally comedic) you’re probably not going to get much notice. Especially taking Korean women into consideration that the majority do not have the fluency you possess of the English language will mean that they will either take it literally or just flat out not understand what you’re saying. A simple “Hey there ;)” is better, having gotten people myself to respond with just that. A little bit of effort goes a long way. Continue reading

How to Tinder in Korea – Part 2


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Welcome to Part 2 of our explanation of Tindering in Korea.  Our topic today is pictures.  Just like Part 1, this will have one style from Julius and then a different style from me.  Let us know which ideas best fit your style by sending an email here!


JULIUS: Arguably the most arbitrary reason for which direction we swipe on a person and likely why we use tinder are because of their profile pictures. This is what will determine 99% of a woman’s interest in you. Just as how we judge them for their pictures and swipe, they do the same albeit at a much harsher rate. For my friends that complain about their lack of success on tinder is usually due to the quality and content of their pictures. Since tinder allows you to connect your Facebook profile, be sure to choose your best pictures. Ensure success by making your profile picture your best picture. Like any dating website, your profile picture is what you use to get their attention and what usually leaves a lasting impression. So make it the one that counts the most. Make it interesting. How? Being in South Korea shows that you’ve probably traveled to other places and seen some interesting things. Put a picture of you standing in front of a palace or other historical monuments. Been to another country? Show pictures of yourself visiting those places. I’ve used photos of myself visiting Japan and Thailand to garner interest and help with conversation with a match. Make yourself look interesting doing things most people have never done before, like mountain hiking or posing in one of Asia’s many skyscrapers with a sweeping view of the city behind you. Try to stand out from the usual shirtless-beer-drinking-guy-at-the-mudfest crowd. Continue reading