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January 23rd, 2009
korean couples and their matching outfits
Posted by Daisy in fashion

Because for two days I’m back indulging in one of my fave past time, that is watching Korean drama, I remember what I’ve noticed during our 7 hour stop-over in Seoul airport last November.
It was quite a long stop and to kill time, I was people-watching, while of course cautiously watching and following little C wherever she went. I met many Korean couples who were wearing matching clothes - tops, pants, shoes (whatever they could think of matching!).
There were those that wear exactly the same shirt print and color. Some wear matching styles or the same design but of different colors. I also saw a couple wearing the same pair of rubber shoes. It was really cute to look at. Too bad my camera wasn’t with me; I could have stolen some shots for you all to see. Nonetheless I got lucky when I googled “Korean matching attire” and found some pictures with couples wearing matching clothes.

You can tell they’re really in love. =)
Anybody who knows how this lovers’ fashion trend started and became popular in Korea?
Thanks to the sites where I took the pics

Kim Says: April 5th, 2009 at 8:55 am
im korean and i watch korean tv and been to korea a couple times. i dont really know how it started but theyre referred to as couple-tees. as someone mentioned, they often have special things that make them connect. such as continuous images or even cords. they also have couple rings which i think they have in america too. you or your partner buys matching rings that you both wear. its sort of an extension of the broken heart necklaces that fit together.

Thanks to the sites where I took the pics

Youth Culture - Dating

Dating in Korea depends on individual people, but the average Korean starts dating around high school age. Due to the fact that many schools are separated by gender, some Korean youths might not kiss someone of the opposite sex until they reach college age or beyond.
On dates, it's not uncommon for youngsters to go to movies, game rooms (오락실), singing rooms (노래방), PC rooms (PC방), or video rooms (비디오방). However, video rooms tend to have a nasty reputation for being places where Koreans make out or have varying degrees of sex while viewing a movie in a semiprivate room. On a lighter note, if all goes well for a young couple, they will buy couple rings. Obviously, this displays to others that they are a couple. When the time comes, the boy will finally enter the girl's house to meet her parents. Usually Korean kids don't enter their boyfriend or girlfriend's house until they intend to get married. When parent's approval is given, an inexpensive engagement ring is bought and they hold an engagement party. In Korea the wedding ring is the expensive ring, in contrast to the customary expensive engagement ring and inexpensive wedding band of the West.

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