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Cho Ga-yeong was in her second relationship, while Kang Jo-eun was in her first.“She’s never had a boyfriend,” Su-jin said with a giggle as she pointed to Park Min-hee, who was listening quietly to the side.

In Korea the wedding ring is the expensive ring, in contrast to the customary expensive engagement ring and inexpensive wedding band of the West.

Kim Ye-sol, a girl in the first year of middle school, was excited to talk about her dating experience. “I’ve had eight relationships and am taking a little break right now,” said Lee Su-jin, one of four other girls who were with Ye-sol.

My boyfriend is in the third year at my school,” Ye-sol told a Hankyoreh reporter on the playground of her middle school in Seoul, at the end of last month.

On a lighter note, if all goes well for a young couple, they will buy couple rings.

Obviously, this displays to others that they are a couple.

When the time comes, the boy will finally enter the girl's house to meet her parents.

Usually Korean kids don't enter their boyfriend or girlfriend's house until they intend to get married.

Dating in Korea depends on individual people, but the average Korean starts dating around high school age.

Due to the fact that many schools are separated by gender, some Korean youths might not kiss someone of the opposite sex until they reach college age or beyond.

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