Sometimes dressed in the national costume, but most often wearing up-to-date fashions from the West, Korean beauties are well-versed in knowing how to look their glorious best.
On an equal footing with the guys, when it comes to education, health and legal rights, the women of South Korea don’t fare quite so well when it comes to employment.
While education in North Korea is also state funded, there is heavy stress on social development, carefully controlled so that students wind up with an almost brainwashed rejection of worldly influence and animosity towards South Korea.
While baseball, golf and football are popular sports in South Korea, the self-defence method of Taekwondo is the nation’s favourite.
And though times have changed and Korean women are free and independent, they maintain the attractive aura of extreme femininity.
Because the importance of the family and a sense of maternal obligation are central to their way-of-life, your soulmate will be adept at maintaining a nice tidy home and at organising all the daily household chores.
South Korea enjoys democratic freedom, while the north endures a Communist-style dictatorship presided over by Kim.
Dating back to as early as 300,000BC, Korea is a peninsula surround by sea – to the west, the Yellow Sea which divides the country from China, and to the east, the Sea of Japan which divides the country from the Japanese Islands.
Remember that until quite recently it was natural for these beautiful girls to be demure and subordinate in every way.
Together, the two Koreas, North and South, occupy approximately 220,000 square kilometres, and would fit into the land mass of the United States of America nearly forty-four times.
However, since the end of World War II, when the country was split into two by the United States and Russia, North Korea and South Korea have been two distinctly different nations.
Often working long hours as clerks or secretaries in banks, travel agencies and the offices of big businesses, also as labourers in factories concerned with the production of electronic equipment, textiles and clothes, etc., the women and girls of this country do not enjoy financial equality, and South Korea is the worst ranked country in this respect.
However, things have progressed from the 1940s, when women had little or no formal education and were traditionally confined to the home.