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Hinge seems to be a more serious dating site where you have to fill out a profile and can filter based on your deal breakers.
I haven’t used either of these apps in Korea due to their lack of popularity, so I have no real experiences to report.
Disclaimer: I’m not the person to get advice from if you’re looking to get married, let’s say by tomorrow 😉 I don’t speak Korean, so I’ll focus on English speaking apps and the apps I’ve used, but there are a million you can choose from! To put Tinder simply, just swipe right to chat or left if you aren’t interested and they can’t contact you.
This is a list of my favorite dating apps in Korea, and the ones I’ve had the most success with. This app has the highest volume of English language speakers in Korea, and you can find an array of nationalities.
It can be very beneficial to score a few dates or meet some cool people actually interested in a two-sided language exchange.
But the downside is that you can’t really filter who can contact you.
” Hello Talk is something I first heard of when I moved to Korea.
The app will match you with people with the opposite language interests as you, so you can find language exchange partners.So at one point or another you will probably be harassed by older men who wants to give you their life story, and beg for a language exchange partner.Thankfully the app has a blocking function – because ain’t nobody have time to be harrassed by weird men looking for a free tutor.Bumble is nice because it’s in the woman’s control to message first.Your first message with a match must be sent within 24 hours of connecting, or you’ll miss the opportunity to stay matched.