From their society's perspective - if she deviates from this then indirectly she becomes an "outcast".
Even if she doesn't the fear of becoming one will hold her back from dating you.
Know that it took me more than 5 years to figure out Korea's women (and I still have loads to learn!
Chances are you've hit a wall and are not sure what the heck is going on. There are things that most expats don't know at first.
Once you're aware of what's going on behind the scenes you'll have more peace of mind.
Because she's not supposed to talk to you AND she might have to speak English…this makes her even more uncomfortable.
But let's say you do get to talk to girls from Korea and set up dates.
Expats also gave high marks to Canada's natural beauty, its healthcare system and its education standards.
There are currently more than 600,000 British expats living in the country.
They're not showing up (even though they were so excited to meet you an hour before the date.) So you've watched a few K-pop videos of fashionable ladies from Korea. They have social and family obligations that hold them back from going on that date with you (even if they'd love to).
Your Asian friends have told you how "easy" dating those girls is. The typical woman must • marry a local man (of higher status hopefully) before 30 • make children with this guy • take care of the children as that's her only real purpose Now this is an oversimplified version of her expectations but they're it.
Unlike most Western cultures - in Korea's culture it's borderline weird to talk to strangers (or "mollen saram" as you would say in Korea.) To talk to strangers means that you have no friends or family.