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amelia011
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Korean looking for female friend

Postby amelia011 » Tue, 02 Dec 2014 1:43 am

hello

I am in my late 20s, female seeking a job in Singapore.
I often go to coffee shops to study English, business, etc.
Spending time alone is very boring and putting my bags and books on the table bothers me a lot when i go to a restroom.

so, I'd like to have female friends to study together.
let's accompany each other. :) Just bring out your books to study and read!

oh, I don't think I can 'TEACH' Korean.
and I don't need a person to teach English as well.
but I might help a little bit.

Ages and nationalities don't matter to me.

한국분들도 상관없어요~ 연락주세요 ㅋㅋ

thanks!

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Re: Korean looking for female friend

Postby aveline » Wed, 03 Dec 2014 4:18 am

Hello, I have already PM you, not sure whether you have receive it or not =). btw, if you are interested to be friend with me, you can leave me an email

hansilver817817@hotmail.com

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Re: Korean looking for female friend

Postby Kerris » Fri, 05 Dec 2014 10:38 pm

Thats great amelia, having an open mind to different ethnicities and languages is a great way to integrate yourself with the locals of another country. I would like to offer some help but i'm too busy to meet in person.
So ill just give some random advice.

You are Asian and should generally not stand out from the locals, so don't feel like an alien because you don not look like one :D and get anxious by worrying yourself, just be cool around people and make yourself appear friendly and people will generally be attracted to you.

The locals generally speak a funny spin of english called singlish which is a mixture of chinese and english, so dont be surprised to hear people ending their sentences with "lah or leh". Its just the local lingo, every country has its own. Try to learn it by watching youtube videos and ditch your korean accent, i know this may come across(i hope not) as arrogant of me but i just want to help. LOCALS DO NOT REACT WELL TO FOREIGN ACCENTS, not to say everyone will shun you but it will make you stand out as the "foreigner" which depending on where you are from is associated with different disadvantages if you want to make friends.

Be observant and look out for the style that other girls at school dress in and try to copy it, aka wear clothes similar to what the others are wearing.

Now the thing about korean ladies;) If you are looking for a boyfriend, your in luck! There is a somewhat high opinion of korean culture and female korean singers that local males for being pretty and exotic. Just the fact that you are of korean nationality already brings you a cut above local girls in the dating game.

Best wishes

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Re: Korean looking for female friend

Postby HaleyF » Thu, 11 Dec 2014 11:38 pm

Hey! I'm also a late 20's female. Once or twice a week I go to the Book Cafe in Clarks Quay to work (I'm a writer) and would love some company. My email is hello@haleyfiege.com


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