Friday, December 25, 2009

Drunken Tiger

OK, so this guy went to high school with Angelina Jolie (in America). He's married to the best female rapper in Korea, and he's a great singer and rapper.

Check out this song - "8:45"

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Since it's now winter


means "colddddd"

Draw the word out when you say it, and rub your hands together!

-Flirting in Korean

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Korean version of "What's up?"

Here in America we use informal greetings all the time. We say things like, "what's up?" or, "How's it going?" .... but these questions are RHETORICAL. We don't really want to know what's up, or how that person is doing... we are simply acknowledging them and, potentially, opening the door for a conversation.

In the same way, Kr (shorthand for Korean) has an expression. They say "Pamogosa?"

Literally translated, this means "Have you eaten yet?"

In practice, it means "What's up dude?"

Use it today!

-How to get a Korean Girlfriend --- Flirting in Korean

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

How to flirt in Korean - some more excellent phrases

1) Kwee-e-oh-oyoh ... means "You're Cute."

Similar to the previous post using "Kyopta", I would use this either as an opener, or as a reward after she reveals something about herself.

2) No Moonjae-ya .... "You're trouble."

Hot DAMN this is good. It is such a classic button-pushing line, I hope you have fun with it.

-How to really get a Korean Girlfriend

Sunday, November 15, 2009

2 great words for you to use Today

Kyopta ---- Cute

Chaljineyo --- What's up!

Aaaaand this is how I would use Kyopta (2 syllables).

After she says something, or displays some quality, (i.e. she says "I have to go to the library", or she says "we just got back from shopping" - could be ANYTHING), just smile, nod your head, and say "Kyopta." She will Looooooovvveeee it!!!

Chaljineyo is pretty self explanatory lol... but look for an upcoming post containing some more "choice" informal greetings.

I get so hyped just writing this stuff for you guys, I hope you are having as much fun as I am.

-Flirting in Korean ... How to get a Korean Girlfriend

September's Hottest Korean Girl

Kim Tae-hee.... Universally regarded as the hottest girl in Korea. She stars in the popular Korean Drama "Iris". She is from Ulsan, which is this really rich city on the southeastern coast of South Korea.

She is SO cute... and best friends with Lee Ha-nui (former Miss Korea and 3rd place runner up in Miss Universe 2007.)

My advice to you: it is a HUGE compliment to say to a Korean girl: "You know what, you look just like Kim Tae-hee"

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Asian Halloween Party

Went to a fucking Badass Asian Halloween party. I had a great time dancing & drinking, but one thing stuck out that I wanted to share with you.

There was a group of Chinese guys outside the club, who had 2 girls with them. I chatted with them briefly, introduced some of my Korean friends, and then bounced.

Later I saw the group indoors. They were sitting down on some couches. I said to them, "Come on, why aren't you guys dancing?"

One of the guys replied with "You like her? You want to dance with her?"

Me: "Well, I mean, I meant in General, like you should all come dance"

Him: "Speaking to her in Chinese"

Her: "Brief reply in Chinese"

Him: "Ok, she will go dance with you. GO."

He directed us to the dancefloor (LOL), and I proceeded to get DOWN with this girl, and she acted like she was really into it.

Lesson learned: Think about asking the guys in the group if you can dance with one of their girls. Or kiss her, or take her home, or date her.

-How to get a Korean Girlfriend, Flirting in Korean

Friday, October 23, 2009

Korean emoticons (part 1)

Once you start getting some success with a Korean girl, (i.e. getting her phone number), you will notice that they have a huge vocabulary of emoticons. Let me save you some time and effort and teach you a few of my favorites ;P

^o^ - Happy

T_T - Crying

"keke" or "kkk" - Laughing (like covering your mouth snickering)

(^_~) - Wink

Pretty Sweet right!!!

-How to get a Korean Girlfriend (Flirting in Korean)

The FASTEST way to learn about Korean Culture

I've said it once, I'll say it again. Watch some Korean TV.

This new series is called Iris... and it's off the hook.

^o^ Flirting in Korean

Sunday, October 18, 2009

How to properly use the word Oppa

Her: What's your name?

You: My name's _____... but you can just call me Oppa :)

Remember that it's Oh-Pah.

-How to get a Korean girlfriend

Friday, October 16, 2009

Word of the day: Oppa

I hear this word in Korean Dramas ALL the time.

From (a translation website):

"Oppa" literally means elder brother (for a woman) but it is widely used by women to address any older male friend. In particular, Korean girls always call their boyfriends 'oppa'. I guess the idea behind this is to indicate that he is as close as a brother. Or even closer :-) To call a guy an oppa is basically to call him a close friend, possibly a boyfriend. As you can tell, the concept of 'oppa' doesn't translate that easily into Western culture. "

A caveat: It doesn't sound like "Opera" ... it's like Oh-pa.

Flirting in Korean - How to get a Korean Girl

A new approach to learning a language

Welcome to Flirting in Korean, your #1 resource for learning how to flirt with Korean girls ... IN Korean!

Have you ever started to learn a language SOLELY because you were going on a vacation somewhere, and wanted to be able to pick up girls in that country?

I know I have.

Most Korean girls speak OK English, so you don't need to be fluent in Korean. But knowing a few "choice" phrases is the Ace up your sleeve that will make it 100x easier to land a Korean girlfriend... or 2 or 3 :)

Flirting in Korean --- How to get a Korean Girlfriend

Saturday, October 10, 2009

October's Hottest Korean Girl

Yoon Eun-hye ... talk about a badass girl. Not only is she a pop star - turned movie & drama star, but she has a degree in Business Administration and owns her own management company, called TheHouseCompany.

Put me in the right situation, and Yoon and I would get together.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

How to REALLY get a Korean Girlfriend

I've been searching EVERYWHERE online,

and I see so many people asking the same question:

"How can I get a Korean Girlfriend?"

The responses that are being thrown around internet forums and Yahoo! Questions, etc. are totally common-sense. Things like, "Korean girls are no different from any other girls, just be yourself and you will find a compatible girlfriend." ... and "You have to be rich, Korean girls only go for rich guys."

The problem is that attracting women has nothing to do with common sense. Let me tell you, you don't need to be rich, nor good looking to start getting TONS of attention from Korean girls.

Attracting Korean girls in the US, as a white guy, is SO MUCH EASIER than you think it is.


If you aren't willing to dedicate a couple hours to practicing and learning elementary Korean, and aren't willing to meet some new Korean friends and start hanging out with them, then forget it. Stick to the internet forums and common-sense advice.

But since you're reading this, you've already taken a step in the right direction. You're looking for more in-depth, CONCRETE steps you can take - today - to start getting massive amounts of attraction from Korean girls.

In a few days I am going to be unveiling my book, Flirting in Korean. It's LOADED with tips on how to quickly generate attraction SPECIFICALLY in Korean girls.

The reactions my students have been getting in the last few weeks have been downright astonishing.

I'm so excited to release this book. I hope some of you out there, who share the LOVE of Korean girls, get a chance to pick it up and start really making some moves.

-Flirting in Korean

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Check out the Series called My Fair Lady.

It is so funny, some of the Korean girls I know are like mini Hye-na Kang's.


Friday, October 2, 2009

Drunk Blog post #1

Well, officially this is my first drunk post.

Unofficially, it's probably number 3 :)

Let me lay some GOLD on you guys.

Say some GOOFY shit in Korean, like...

OJINGO!!! (Romanized Korean... means SQUID!!!)

and then flap your hands like a squid under the waters

See what happens.

-How to Date Korean Girls.... Flirting in Korean

Flirting in Korean - the book

it's going to be epic.

A few things I am going to reveal in this book:

How to spike buying temperature THROUGH THE ROOF in 5 seconds or less

How to get Korean guys to actually BRING GIRLS TO YOU

How to make a TON of money while working on this stuff

-Flirting in Korean

Out of the 3 girls I like

One has a boyfriend

the other gave me her number tonight, but.... it seemed like a stretch, and I don't think much will come of it. (too bad, she was the HOTTEST of the 3) :)

But the third is in the running to be an olympic diver someday soon, and I think she likes me as much as I like her (a lot)

let's see how this pans out.

Oh, a caveat: one snag --- only one out of 3 (the girl w the boyfriend) was Korean... I would be breaking my rule if I were to date the diver

-flirting in Korean

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Nal Kuroke Pujima

Don't look at me like that!

Or literally translated,

Me like that.... Don't look!

-Flirting in Korean

Wednesday, September 30, 2009


from - ask a scientist:

"When you hear crickets chirping at night, that is the sound of males trying to attract females. A female cricket may fly over great distances as she homes in on the calling song of a male. The journey can be risky, because it exposes her to predators, but it is necessary if she is to mate and lay eggs to produce the next generation of crickets."

Tonight I was smoking a cigarette next to a sewer drain. After the last drag I tossed the butt into the drain and stood there as the symphony of Indiana crickets washed over me.

Suddenly I realized something. I bent over to hear better. Sure enough, there was a cricket, somewhere under the drain, chirping his fucking heart out.

Talk about the WORST situation for a cricket to be in to attract a mate - this guy was 10 feet down, in the sewer, with NO chance of meeting a mate. Yet there he was, hollering for the world to hear.

I can picture him falling down, thinking FUCK. I'm soooo fucked. He must have gathered himself together, said something like 'fuck it, I only get one shot at this shit', and started chirping.

Chirp away buddy, I'm on your side.

-flirting in korean

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Korean Census Data

43% of the Koreans in the US are either in New York or California,

with >345,000 in California,

>120,000 in New York

44% of Koreans are
located in the West, 23% in the Northeast, 12% in the Midwest, and 21% in the South

Looks like I need to head out West

Thursday, September 24, 2009

If you only read 1 book this year

make it Flirting in Korean.


Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Too much boxed wine, not enough Sojun

Awoke with a hangover from hell,

faced it directly by drinking a couple glasses of water, going on a 20 minute run, and writing this blog.

Today at work I am going to learn how to do this:

[in English] Your eyes.....

[in Korean] they're full of passion

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Nu moonjae-ya

(You're trouble.)

Learned this phrase today from a guy in drive thru. Immediately started putting it to work, with (Borat voice) Great Success!! Turns out that Nu is formal for "You are", while Niga is informal.

I prefer Niga. :)

Monday, September 21, 2009

Why I love my job

I've worked at Starbucks for a year now. They pay me virtually nothing, and I have nobody working under me. I work there full time and can barely cover my bills.

I shouldn't be having this much fun.

Yesterday at work I pulled 2 phone numbers, had a beautiful Korean girl asking me question after question about myself, and tomorrow I have a date with a girl I talked to for 3 minutes at the Drive-thru.

A couple weeks ago I had 3 cars in a row in drive thru of girls either giving me their phone number or asking me for mine - unsolicited.

A middle-aged couple who come in every night (for a decaf venti nonfat no whip raspberry mocha and a venti 8-splenda passion iced tea), just gave me a book they thought I would enjoy. (Psychology, nonfiction.)

This week alone I got invited to Korean barbeques, house parties, asked on dates, italian dinner parties, a concert, got asked to pose nude for a photography book, and probably more that I'm forgetting about.

What's going on here? How can I have such a social lifestyle when on the surface of things, I shouldn't have this much going for me???

The answer: I live my life, and I live my job, as though everything were perfect just the way it is. I aim for nonresistance, as Tyler Durden would say.

As always,

Flirting in Korean