There's not a single day that passes by without him smelling and kissing my armpits. I can even tell his facial expression for when he wants to do that, so I just put one of my arms up so he can smell them.
He makes a happy spoiled kiddo face every time. When I ask him why he likes it, he says he likes every part of me, and that includes armpits, and that he really likes that I smell really good all the time. And he has been doing this for about 3 years now. Is it too weird? I really like that about him and I think it's really funny. So funny-thank you, Cecilia! What about you, dear readers?
Have you ever dated a guy who liked armpits?
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Or any other body part? Maybe your feet? Your physical descriptions are a bit off, especially when you compare Koreans to Japanese. Koreans look nothing like Japanese, they are ethnically similar to Northern Chinese folks who you do not see much of in the US. Pure Koreans have a distinct physical look, though it can vary wildly as if you look at the migration patterns of Koreans, they do have gene pools from southern China, which further blurs the picture.
I like so much the part of this blog of the "General Fashion" love the confidence levels, are a such a cool idea, I think that I'm at level 5, I hope so hehe! Izzy Mayok how to bowling. My gay lover is a Korean working in Japan. He is fluent in Japanese and is a very loving, romantic and passionate guy. I have had lovers from other Asian groups but have never been fulfilled as much as I have with my present lover.
Korean men are HOT and very, very loving.
I can vouch for that fact. The West Coast, in my experience which is that of living herehas a larger Japanese population than Korean. I've noticed some of these traits on my own in the past and have used them for identification. It's good to know I'm not the only one. wow i know this is supposed to be humorous but the way you described the fashion for the women is exactly how my sungsaengnim dresses. I've lived in Tokyo, and just about everything you mentioned about makeup, fashion, haircuts, style, and habits is also largely true in Japan.
One of the major phenotypical distinctions I found between Korean and Japanese people is that, on average, Koreans are taller by about 5cm. The average height for a Japanese man is aboutwhile for Korean men it's more like The only other one I could say is based on observation alone and that's that many Koreans seem to have much softer features than Japanese.
Ok - a different perspective on this discussion. As a gay man, I never felt attracted to Asian men. Perhaps this reflected my white suburban roots or lack of social diversity - who knows. But when I moved to Manhattan 20 years ago, I would stop at the corner grocery store aka "the Korean market" on my way home from the gym. One night, a young guy waited on me who was not only charming and outgoing but drop-dead gorgeous.
Tall, muscular, beautiful skin, well-groomed, incredible smile - the whole deal. I found myself shopping at the store so often that one of my friends who happens to be Chinese American and also gay went along to see what the fuss was all about. He was similarly besotted by the guy behind the counter and finally explained why he looked different.
The best looking Asian men are invariably Korean. I can't tell the difference between Chinese or Japanese and I'm completely clueless regarding ALL Asian women. But Im usually right about the Korean guys. As for the hunky clerk, his stint at the store only lasted a few months. He was replaced by a beautiful young woman who bore an uncanny resemblance to Kim Yu-Na, the recent Olympic skating champion.
When I asked about her predecessor, she told me that he was her older brother and had returned to dental school at the University of Michigan. She was nice but I rarely stopped at the store afterwards. And so it went. Look what this does to the appearance of your lower face! This isn't how all Koreans look, but Mongoloid people with such facial features are inevitably Korean.
also explains the popularity of jaw reduction surgery and Botox to the jaw among Koreans. I'm one of those exceptions you talked about in the disclaimer, haha.
Going by the listed traits minus fashion sense as I grew up in CanadaI am the everyday Korean guy with the pale skin, narrow eyes, sharp bridged nose, jet black hair. Total stereotypical Korean, it's not even funny. Except I'm not Korean.
I would suggest that the Japanese are the likeliest of East Asians to develop a unique look, living on an isolated archipelago for hundreds of years. Korea is physically connected to China which opens the flow of food, culture, religion, ideas and most of all, genetics exchanges. Due to the peninsula's literal attachment to mainland Asia, what you describe as the "Korean" look physical features, not fashion in my opinion, is not uniquely Korean at all as the Northern Chinese and the Mongolians have no doubt "exchanged" genetics with the Koreans over the past few thousand years.
Before these nationalities even existed. The Chinese features described in the blog entry is based on Chinese immigrants - a pretty good place to start.
However immigrant Chinese tend to be from the southern more tropical belt of the region - Hong Kong, cities of the Canton Province, Taiwan which only accounts for the lower half of China. What is missing is the group of people living on the big ass chunk of land Korea is attached to, sometimes referred to as Northern China. A bit more research and you may be surprised to find that the exclusively Korean features mentioned in this blog entry isn't exclusively Korean at the end of the day.
Nonetheless, very entertaining blog post. I enjoy your sense of humour. I feel like this neatly summarizes why Koreans never think I'm Korean. When I meet other Koreans, they will exhibit shock, and then insist I must be Japanese. I've also had Japanese people claim me as one of their own, and my own aunt tell me I look half white. Really though, I think it comes down to my unwillingness to wear makeup and seven t-shirts at the same time.
This post is funny, definitely stereo-typing but funny. I am one of those atypical Koreans. My whole life I've been told "you don't look Korean," and of course mainly told that by Koreans! honesty is definitely a virtue of Koreans, straight-up blunt insulting honesty is their favorite I think.
Regarding the comments about Koreans looking northern Chinese. A large percentage of northern Chinese are actually of Korean descent. If you visit cities such as Harbin, Jilin, Shenyang all in the NE you will find them all too common. thanks interesting because my parents are from central china and i get mistaken for a korean all the time! Japanese are shortier,stalkier,and pudgier.
BTW I'm part Japanese not Korean so if any Japanese find that observation rude too bad its the truth lol. Also Japanese have much bigger rounder eyes than Korean people. You may have noticed more than half of Japanese are indeed more tan than Koreans, some Japanese even have SE asian features like Filipinos and Indonesians. You should also note Japanese look more rugged than Koreans and some tend to look somewhat caucasianexamples, Tamaki Hiroshi,Hiroshi Abe ,Ken Hirai.
Also many Japanese have naturally pointy noses and double eyelids. I dont know where people get this idea that Japanese look like Koreans. But for some reason Korean women do resemble Japanese women a lot, but for men Japanese look way different than Koreans. Japanese have a very mixed look, but Koreans have a very pure northern "solid" look.
Go On JREF, "Origins of the Japanese". This could be the reason why Japanese look so mixed when compared to Koreans and Chinese. Japanese may look mixed, but in the end Japanese look quite Japanese indeed. I completely disagree with this breakdown. I'm from Hawaii and literally I have 5 ethnicities, I have features that are very distinct in all, but my puerto rican side, maybe due to it really being spanish.
white My family are all of mixed blood and I am very good in being able to tell what Asian or Malaysian as well as mixed people are.
If you're from Hawaii then you know we take pride in the race we are and able to tell the difference among them.
The only people who look the same to us are the caucasions. not talking with a friend or watching something in particularKoreans tend to look like they are pissed off. My friends always tell me I looked pissed off if I have no expression. Haha so true about a lot of points, made me laugh. People always say I have pouty lips and my sister has pouty lips too. I think a fair few of my korean friends have lips you wouldn't consider thin. Also, Koreans, both men and women are culturally very forthright and will tell you exactly what is on their mind without softening the blow or being obtuse.
My gay Korean lover always calls me "fatty" which I am but in a very loveable and cute manner which is adorable. Neither fellow Japanese or Chinese are so blunt to the point of being mistaken as "rude" by the casual onlooker as Koreans are. It's just the way they were brought up, not to hide their emotions th way Japanese and Chinese do. There are also historical relations between the 3 countries which leads to deep-rooted disdain and in some cases downright hatred and enmity because China and later Japan always sought to conquer, subdue and rule Korea and the two countries' oppression has left deep-rooted feelings in Koreans who generally disdain their colonial occupiers and medieval attackers Japan and long-time neighbour-invader China.
Korea was always picked on by Japan and China but managed to fight them off with sheer gumption. This is not to say that Korea is entirely blameless, as they sided with China during the Yuan Mongol Dynasty to invade Japan. Japan invaded China and Korea of course in the modern period and controlled both Korea and China with militaristic jingoism. Therefore hard feelings exist between all 3 countries for each other.
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But love conquers all and my gay Korean lover and I, a Japanese-American are very content and happy with each other, loving each other despite our cultural differences!
I had a lot of Chinese boyfriends previously as well as other Koreans. It's not only the Korean ladies LOL I don't think I know any girl who keeps her armpit hair. That's weird. What I noticed is that Korean men are usually very cute.
Especially the young ones. Yeah, if it's layered- korean.
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a thousand times yes. Every time I walk past an Asian with one of my Chinese friends, she'll tell me their nationality. Like clock-work. Once she got into an argument with her mom about which kind of Asian a girl they saw at an airport was. She had her back to them and they were debating Korean vs. Japanese based on clothes, posture, etc. I think she turned out to be Korean. Dear Korean, I am an american women. I want a korean sleepwear called a naebok.
My friend has it and it looks so comfy.
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Love your posts. In humor - I'm mormon and there's nothing "magic" about my underwear, just saying. On the armpits part: that's not true. I'm Vietnamese and I shave my armpits. Same with every female in my family. I believe Japanese and Chinese women shave their armpits as well, because none of the Asian international students whether they be Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, etc at my college have unsightly hair underneath their armpits.
My Korean mother forbade me from wearing a bow in my hair because she believed it would be bad luck. I'm not sure but she told me that in Korea, women wear black bows in their hair when someone has died. So not a fan of the Asian haircuts. But the K-craze is hitting the rest of Asia with residual impact on overseas too, so all young Asian people tend to look the same now. Thank you for your post. It was a long essay though.
You would have got distinction on it. Also, thank you for mentioning the plastic surgery which, I often see on KOrean actors and actresses and think " victims of plastic surgery"- always on dramas. You will never, EVER see a Korean neckbeard. jpg What were you saying? Mithra Jin from Korean band Epik High. Not gonna lie, I found this post pretty hilarious.
I just thought I'd throw in my list of basic identifiers this only works on men, I don't pay enough attention to women Kim Heechul aside, no self-respecting Korean man would ever TOUCH his eyebrows.
And unlike how most eyebrows seem to naturally grow, Korean brows get progressively THICKER as they near the outside edge, as opposed to tapering off. If he's got the widest damn eyebrows you've ever seen sitting up on his face, he's a Korean. This one should work for women as well, as pretty much all Koreans have some damn gorgeous cheekbones that the rest of the world should really be envious of. High, wide-set Genetic beauty right there. It took me awhile to truly begin appreciating Korean fashion, and this was one of the reasons why.
Some Korean men wear capris. Most wear these God-forsaken floodwaters so that they can proudly show the world their ankles while strolling around in their man-flats. They even work in business-casual setting!
Bonus points if said floodwaters are white.
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I've gotta completely disagree with the comparison to Japanese that Koreans have somewhat thinner lips. General Caucasian facial features include a set of lips wherein the corners are directly below the pupils, if one were to be staring ahead. Korean lip corners rarely extend that far, and are thus less wide-set than most other races will exhibit.
On top of this, Korean lips are so damn FULL, I can't friggin grasp why, but they pretty much have a set of pillows on their face. All Korean men have a set of aviators. Unfortunately adds to the overall asshole persona that they unwittingly radiate, especially when paired with the neutral-pissed face.
That's all I've got for now, but I'll return if I think of enough more. Seriously though, I'd rate the eyebrows thing at like a confidence level of 5.
Dear Korean, How come some korean stars like 2pm cover their armpits? Judging from your description of armpit hair, is it relative to this question? Because the korean stars don't have enough arimpit hair and they think it's unsightly for the public to see it? But my question stretches further because they cover their armpit even though they have a shirt on why do they do that?
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Too funny! Sadly, based on your confidence rating system. i'm no where near Korean Must be because i live in Texas. Different breed of Korean here. although, the koreans you describe very much exist here.
now that i think about it, i dont know any korean that isnt what you described.
so i guess i'm some sort freak Korean. I LOLED! I AGREE! As a Korean, who pretty much does -not- fit in the Korean mould noted above, simply because I am a cactus without horns, fish out of water, basically too British to wear a silly cap to protect my skintone to fit in the catagory.
BUT as a muddled Korean who have lived in Korea recently for a year or so, I absolutely agree to most of this post. Of course, knowing that Koreans are absolutely vulnerable to trends, the fashions and hair fashions noted above are not up to date, nevertheless, it is very accurate. This especially made me laugh: "Facial Expression - in a neutral state i.
I think I can kinda distinguish Asians between them, mostly by their style, actually, more than genetical look. It is also hard to tell a Chinese because China is too big and Chinese people are too different between them.
But then, I can't distinguish Europeans that precisely either I am European. From my experience Korean women are the most beautiful in Asia. I am a non-korean Asian. Thanks for the post. It is interesting :. I am baffled by your comment about the double eyelid. Wouldn't the "lack of the double eyelid" indicate they are, in fact, Korean? While I was there, I had at least a dozen friends or colleagues that confessed to having had surgery to gain the 'western' feature of the double eyelid.
Is the grammar portion in my brain just misfiring today?
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I think it was a misuse of terminology in this case. The Korean equated having no epicanthic fold to having double-eyelids. Those two are in fact two different things. Double eyelids appear in East Asians about half the time, and the Korean was saying that double-eyelids tend to be more rare among Koreans, which is true.
But epicanthic folds are the little folds at the ends of a person's eyes where the upper lid covers the lower lid slightly, instead of coming to a point. This is something all mongoloid peoples have, i. The one about the white socks and business suits is SO true. Sincerely, a white girl who knows some Koreans.
Hmong people in the U. do not identify as Chinese at all and maintain that their roots have always been separate, though they were driven from China into the hills of Southeast Asia centuries ago.
There are still "Chinese-Hmong" - Hmong people who still live in China, but they have dialects that are not wholly mutually intelligible with the White Hmong and Green Hmong dialects of those who lived in Laos and emigrated to the U. after the Vietnam War. Check in with some Hmong no -s for plural and maybe you'll hear some different perspectives on their ethnicity.
They might also offer tips on distinguishing SE Asians, including themselves.
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In addition, some Koreans here in Minnesota - somehow a hotspot for adoption of Korean babies thirty years or so ago - often claim to be able to distinguish Hmong from other East and Southeast Asian ethnicities.
And Hmong people are concentrated in Saint Paul far more than Minneapolis! That's really splitting hairs - unless you live in the Twin Cities.
Hmong ethnicity aside, I really enjoy your blog for its combination of bluntness and reasoned arguments. Oh, and the Hmong adolescent girls that I teach have Korean pop star photos ornamenting their school binders. Score another one for Korean pop culture. I used to amaze by the Koreans, even my Mum who are very conservative also said that, that Koreans eyebrows are pretty n their skins are transparent and spotless. After I married to SeungHo, I see that he also cannot avoid little freckles on the face but yes his skin makes me jealous.
I live in Seoul so I see so many pretty girls and the way they make up themselves is effortless, the make up trend is " clear, not too thick but yes they are wearing make up" and they take make up session deadly serious. They are really proud of their milky white skin. My hubby is a type of a person who doesn't really take care of himself, but still his effort to not having facial hair is ashtoning me for the first couple of months.
And he changes his hair colour almost every 6 months. White skin is considering pure, sweet, innocent and sinless therefore Korean guys prefer girls with those qualifications. thanks god my hubby doesn't like it.
Korean guys will buy bags and clothes to make their girlfriend since it's consider prestige to have branded girlfriend. Tan skinned girl consider sexy, or moreover little bit naughty and dirty. I have tan skin according to Korean custom.
I usually go to malls here in the Philippines, where more and more East Asians go toand I always sort them just by seeing them once, saying "Oh, this is a Korean" "Oh this is Japanese. They do have a distinctive facial feature to it! And talk about fashion sense, it varies between these two as well. Sadly speaking I can't really differentiate the Chinese in Asia eventhou I'm chinese as they tend to be from all around the continent.
But, well configured post! Enjoy every part of it! Dear Korean: I'm also Korean more of a Twinkie since I have pretty much completely assimilated since coming to the US at age 6.
I love this post, especially cuz non-Koreans usually pervy middle-aged men will come up to me and ask me questions like "Are you Chinese? Once, a guy asked me both questions to which I replied "No" then he asked "Well, what ARE you then?! Isn't it just easier to just ask me "What is your ethnicity" or something similar? People are so ignorant.
I love your blog :.
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Mormons don't consider their religious undergarments magical. Because it is very sacred it would be offensive to one to hear someone mock their inner covenant and commitment to God. I understand where you are comming from so I personally am not very much offended. I really enjoy your blog, thanks so much for having it!
My sister and I like to pick up some kimchi ramen, shin ramyun and other yummy foods at a local asian grocery store and after a while I started listening to customers and casheir's languages to identify where they could be from because it was too hard for me to figure it out just by looking at them. Now I have some tips on how to identify korean fashion and some facial features maybe i will get better at it.
Excuse me, but the women and men's hairstyles you uploaded are considered outdated now in Korea :. It seems like every time you see a movie or TV show where police officers are involved, they seem to be wearing large sunglasses with mirrors on the outside. What are these shades and how did they come to be what they are today? The truth is that Mirror Sunglasses, as the sunglasses are called, are often associated with law enforcement and government officials for a valid reason.
Crystal Custom Promotional Sunglasses Promo Sunglasses Personalized sunglasses Customized sunglasses. On a Korean drama, "Bad Guy" a Korean asked another Asian if he or she was Korean? In a recent reading I learned that at some pt, some Chinese fled China, went to Manchuria, settled expanded and gradually moved South, often through conquest, eventually dominating and assimilating somewhat to, the indigenous Koreans of the Southernmost portion of the peninsula.
The same is true of Japan, some Manchus emigrated to Japan. I suspect people notice what they believe to be true and are blind to what they disbelieve. Height seems true,however, the rest, not so clear. but Koreans typically have beautiful, shapely plump pouts, I don't think they recognize that by Western, esp, Amer. aesthetics, this is sexy and that "we" Americans would describe them as "full" not thick lips.
I have never watched Korean drama.