There are so many amazing things that are originated from South Korea, be it delicious food, skincare products, fashion trends, and of course not forgetting their K-pop culture. It’s safe to say that Koreans really lead by example in many ways, even when it comes to romantic relationships whereby Koreans take their relationship to another level.
Here are some super sweet Korean couple habits which us Malaysians should refer to spice up our relationship game!
1. Matching outfits
No, we’re not talking about identical outfits but rather, a somewhat coordinated outfit which looks absolutely matching.
Watch this video below to know more about this and how couples discuss to wear matching outfits for a date.
For other couples, it may look odd to dress up similarly but to Koreans, this is part of their love language to show their partners that they put in effort to look perfect together.
2. Perfect skin for two!
Korean couples not only match their outfits, but they also try their best to look good together by matching their skincare routine. Koreans are serious about taking care of their skin so brands like April Skin launch couple-centric products like lips treatment which is specially meant for couples.
The set comes in 2 lip treatment sticks. One is pink in color with strawberry flavor while the other one is blue with milk flavor. Why is this for couples? Couples only can get to taste the real flavor, which is Strawberry milk when they kiss their significant other. When they use the product, it makes the experience more romantic as it makes them kiss each other more just to taste strawberry milk flavor on their lips. How sweet is that!
3. Creative Couple Photo
It’s a norm for couples to take selfies, but Korean couples (as usual) do not settle for mediocre. They are especially creative when it comes to taking pictures together.
4. They always make time to celebrate love
Relationships are taken seriously by them like it’s the only thing that matters to them. Korean couples celebrate at least 12 love-related occasions in a year, such as Diary Day,Valentine’s Day, White Day, Rose Day.
5. 100th days matter
Korean couples celebrate not only their anniversary and monthsary but also every 100th days milestone which they’ve achieved. When the occasion arises, they aren’t afraid of sharing their affection on social media too!
With so many things going on, we definitely need a separate calendar to jot down all these important dates!
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