Etiquette of dating
While there’s no answer that is correct 100% of the time, feel out the evening and if you’re comfortable doing so, cover the first bill of the night (whether it’s dinner or drinks).
Chances are, your date will pick up the next bill, and the evening will progress that way.
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Okay, so you’ve made some Korean friends, and one of them has set you up on a date. Now that you’re going on a date, you’re probably already wondering who is going to end up covering the bill at the end of the evening.This is a controversial issue across the world in different dating cultures, and it seems like most people have a strong opinion about it either way.Fear not — we’ll fill you in so you handle this situation with ease the next time it comes up!If you’re dating in a country other than Korea, you’re probably familiar with the ‘three day rule,’ or the rule that you shouldn’t reach out to someone you’re newly interested in via text or phone call for at least three solid days after getting their phone number.This rule has been a focal point of romantic comedies and sitcoms for the last decade, and some men (and women) swear by its effectiveness.