The young are looking at dating apps and matchmaking agencies in the S. Korean money and beyond looking for lovers
SEOUL • While searching pages on a dating app, Ms Jayine Chung had been interested in a guy whom described himself as an individual who enjoys good meals and tossing stones to the Han River.
“It had been really quirky and amusing. Would you that any more? We needed seriously to satisfy this person,” recalled the 32-year-old freelance theatre producer having a laugh.
After a few rounds of shortlisting from a listing of possible dates through the free application Norang Narang (Korean for “you and me”) , they finally got to trade contact information and arranged to fulfill the day that is next.
But Ms Chung had been such a thing but impressed when her date, a freelance storyboard musician for television commercials, turned up using a Burberry trench layer and driving a Range Rover, as though flaunting their wide range. (more…)