It's a really good example of AWALT: the Bitter Fempats complain and complain, point fingers, and whine that they don't get what they want.
Being white is a good thing, but the Koreans are wise to the tricks of foreigners wanting to come in and get their fuck on.Feel free to ask me anything, hopefully /u/Slash5469 can chime in, too.Korean Culture The Korean dating culture is far more conservative than the West. Some examples of this, and some other things I have noticed: Dating as a Foreigner First off, I want to get a disclaimer out of the way before I get into it.Even so, you can be fluent in Chinese, and she can be fluent in English, and you can still run into a language barrier, simply because she thinks primarily in Chinese, and you in English. I personally think they are more obsessed with themselves and their phones than Western girls, but that's just my opinion.Regardless, dating and living here is an adventure, which is what my TRP journey is all about TBH I haven't read much outside of the normal "No More Mr.However, if you are tall, have frame/game and can tease her with the perfect mix of provider and alpha, you'll hook so many girls.Families protect their women intensely (curfews, checking in constantly) and this makes it difficult to escalate quickly. If we/some of us at red pill desire to have a "decent" woman we have maybe the best opportunity in Asian cultures.The SH/HK girls are much more westernized and are more likely to (exclusively) date foreigners but seem to have all the same nonsense that you get with North American women.In the second tier cities there are fewer foreigners, fewer girls who speak decent English, and fewer girls who want to date foreigners.To me, TRP is mostly about freedom from most of those constraints that society puts on men, and I'm happy to be living my own personal version of that at the moment I work in China. I'm 32 and have only been happy for 5 years of my life which is the exact amount of time I have been abroad. TRP is about freedom, yes fuck society and all the norms. I've been reading TRP for about 2 years now, and it's no longer surprising how true it is, but regardless...truth never changes. In China, there's a phenomenon known as "The Bitter Fempat" (at least it's known on the internet).Apartment and utilities are covered through my employer, and I tutor English on the side for a little extra money which I can use to basically support myself. You are correct, these dudes on this sub take shit too seriously but I like it because ever so often you find that truth that was hiding in plain site. And I was totally planning on coming to SK maybe later this year, or early 2017. And same goes to you for Shanghai I read your post the other day about the girl that came out to S. It is somewhat like your situation: a pre-wall woman comes out to China, expecting it to be some sort of Eat-Pray-Love thing, and she ends up seriously disappointed.