Touching the opposite sex in Korea may be different than what you’re used to. Korean culture is a conservative culture, and not everyone is cool with public displays of affection in Korea. Find out what’s ok and what’s not ok with touching the opposite sex in Korea!
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Touching the opposite sex in Korea
Touching the same sex in Korea
What Korean parents do and don’t do
What do you think about Korea’s culture of public displays of affection? What’s touching the opposite sex like in your cultures? Share with us in the comments!
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