Since I’ve started writing down my thoughts about meeting Korean girls, I’ve started becoming more analytical about what exactly has helped cause my successes or failures in different situations. I was looking back through old message records with different girls that either worked out for me or didn’t, trying to see the difference. While most of the conversations had very similar lines and themes, one thing stood out between the girls I eventually hooked up with and those who I didn’t – I made a concerted effort to meet them again as soon as possible. Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned before, a big problem in Korea is girls who flake on you. You might have plans set in stone with her for Friday night, then when the time comes, she’ll either send you a cursory text message a few minutes before you’re supposed to meet or she sometimes just won’t show up at all without even calling.
You must have a one strike policy with girls like this. Continue reading
I’ve heard, as I’m sure you all have, the mysterious rule about not calling a girl for 3 days after getting her number. This is supposed to show that you’re not needy and let her think about how much she likes you and wants to see you again. It was also a rule that was clearly devised before the age of smartphones, OKCupid, and Tinder. I have a different 3-Day rule that I always try to apply, and it’s shown itself to be much more effective than the prehistoric version of not calling / messaging them.
From the time you get her number, you have 3 days to set up the first date. Continue reading