We all sat together in the common area of our guesthouse and the discussion got real, really fast! Although he admitted he has yet to date a Black woman seriously, they usually wind up being good friends instead, he’s willing and open to being in a deeper relationship with a woman of color. All In The Family Being accepted by family is always an important part of a relationship, but in Korea familial approval means everything. Both men explained that their families are accepting of their interracial dating interests and, in general, a Korean family would be accepting of a Black woman as long as she’s physically attractive and highly educated.Let’s Talk About Sex Personally, I know many Black women are concerned that men of other races are just into dating for fun, or for physical/sexual reasons. From my limited understanding I assumed that a Black woman wouldn’t be easily accepted into a Korean family, but according to D. Yes, those are pretty vain standards but they’re also pretty standard.What family doesn’t want their son to marry an intelligent, attractive woman?
As a Black woman it’s easy to feel undesired by men of all races.
We’re told by the media, and sometimes to our faces, that we’re less beautiful, more brash, and too independent to be considered marriage material. M, our lone Black woman, doesn’t think most Korean men see Black women as marriage material, and instead see them as exotic notches to add to their belt.
The Baby Kids I’ve heard horror stories of mixed race Koreans being treated as less than and othered to the point where they don’t know where they belong in society. did agree that they have it rough, explaining that they are often referred to as “waygookin” which means foreigner, although they are usually born and raised in Korea.
He says they’re not accepted as Korean, and people are surprised to hear them speak the language so fluently…though it’s their native tongue. is excited about the prospect of having mix-raced children.
The beauty part is the most ironic to me, considering that our features and cultural style choices are often celebrated on Non-Black women (full lips, wide hips, braids, etc). “I run into a lot of guys who think its exotic”, she said, “and just want to know what the sex is like.” And surprisingly, or maybe unsurprisingly, W. He said, “in general Korean guys don’t like Black women because they’re afraid, but they’re curious about sleeping with them.” Although D.
Specifically on this blog, a contributor, a Black woman, shared her story of rejection by a Korean man whose mother wouldn’t let him continue dating her. it’s all about Black women’s “atmosphere”, aka their personalities, and their style. doesn’t personally see Black women as sexual objects, he did admit that Korean men see “Westerners” as a whole as “easy” and more sexually “open”.