How to Date a K-Drama Addict

K-Drama time = Me time
by Mira Blancada   |  Mar 9, 2017
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Don't be scared to date a K-Drama addict just because you think they have high expectations on everything; especially guys and dates. Honestly, they actually don't. A K-Drama addict can be the sweetest girl you're going to meet  because of the loyalty and passion she has for K-Dramas and she will show it in your relationship. 

  1. Give her and her K-Drama some time alone.

Sometimes, K-Drama addicts want to watch K-Drama without anyone bothering them. And we're sure you want that, too, if you're watching your favorite show. Every relationship needs some individual privacy, and this is one of them.

  1. Do sweet gestures from time to time.

She will definitely appreciate it! K-Drama addicts love the feeling of being loved. Forehead kisses, back hugs, and piggyback rides—these are just small and simple gestures that will make her the happiest girl in the world.

  1. Be a gentleman. 

Open the door, pull the chair, and carry her bag (only if she wants to!) for her. You don't have to be an all-out gentleman, but be a guy who she knows will take care of her and treat her like the princess she is.


  1. Don't get jealous over her favorite K-Drama actors.

We know, we know, it's sometimes hurtful when you see her being all kilig when she sees Lee Min Ho and Song Joong Ki. But those are just guys she admires. She's in love with you. There's a big difference between admiration and love, remember that.

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  1. Take her to Korean restaurants.

You don't have to take her out to expensive Korean restaurants; eating at a Bingsu place is enough.

  1. Try joining her K-Drama marathon.

You don't have to watch all of the episodes with her. Or even have to like it. Just make her feel that you appreciate the things that she loves like K-Dramas. Maybe, the moment you start watching it with her is the moment you'll realize K-Dramas are not so bad, after all. 

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