As we all already know, logistics are king when it comes to getting laid. While this is true everywhere, it is especially true in large Korean cities like Seoul or Busan.
I’m not entirely sure why, but the mindset of distance completely changes depending on where you live. A girl will be very willing to travel an hour or more to get to your place if it’s somewhere inside of Seoul, but living even slightly outside of the city limits will significantly limit the amount of prime pussy you can get from Seoul.
I know this first hand because I used to live in a pretty rundown part of Seoul, far in the southeast corner. The neighborhood is completely out of the way, even with Seoul’s excellent public transit. As a reference point, door to door I was about an hour from Itaewon and about an hour and a half from Hongdae station. This didn’t dissuade girls from all over the city one bit. They would come visit from all different parts of Seoul without batting an eye.
Later, I moved to an area 25 minutes west of Hongdae by subway, but because I wasn’t technically in Seoul anymore, only the thirstiest of girls were willing to make the trip out there.
Since most Korean girls live with their families, you can’t really go to their places. That severely limits your options when dealing with Seoul girls. Motels and DVD rooms are always an option, but with motel prices going up each year (now around 80k for a Friday or Saturday night in prime locations) I generally tend to avoid them. I would make an exception to break a cold streak, but renting one each weekend would be prohibitively expensive and not really worth it. DVD rooms are a last resort for me because it’s just nasty and I don’t want any part of me touching those jizz-stained sofas.
As a side note, I also have found that girls’ anti-slut defenses go up quickly if you try to go for a motel or DVD room. It seems to be much easier to convince them to come to your home where you hopefully have some excuse or draw to get them to come over.
That all still leaves us with the burning question – If I have bad logistics, what can I do to improve my success rate?