“It was also important that our parents would be comfortable with them using our app.Those wealthy enough to afford a mobile phone can end their loneliness by paying for potential romantic matches to be sent direct to their handsets.
These former way of matchmaking reflected the party’s view of an ideal family.
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You can share photos, chat with new people, meet girls, meet boys, find girlfriend and find boyfriend.
Your friends and even people nearby might visit your profile, rate your photos and comment on your photos.
Users of the service can then take their pick and text the dating service to plan a meeting.
A source told the Daily NK: “In North Korea’s larger cities, phone-based matchmaking services that set up dates for men and women are appearing and they’re gaining a lot of traction among younger people.“The business model involves specialists who maintain databases of men and women.“The specialists provide a suitable partner match based on each client’s preferences.”To pay for the service clients must use “mobile money” which is a a form of virtual currency used in North Korea and can be exchanged for cash.
The North Korean clients looking for a romantic spark can sign up to the scheme for £25.
They are then sent a set of photos of potential love interests as well as information about their life.
Harmonica was founded in early 2017 by Sameh Saleh, Tamer Saleh, Shaymaa Aly and Aly Khaled.
The app aims to help singles in the Middle East match with potential life partners while respecting the faith, traditions, and culture of the region.
While couples in North America are much more “chill” and like to take things slow, my observation of Korean couples is that they love going all out and externally celebrating their togetherness.