Of course, instead of jumping to the worst conclusion, it may be to your benefit to discuss with your crush or partner about other possible reasons behind their lack of communication.
This is especially true if you come from a country outside of Asia.
Maybe you’re cautious and want to get more information before going for that cute girl from the cafe or that hunky guy at the bookstore so you’re up to date on Korean culture.
Another aspect that could be fun for you to experience, are all the couples items.
From rings to shoes to whole outfits for “couple looks.” It’s up to you and your partner to decide how subtle or wild you want to get with this!
In the West, you may have heard of the 3-day rule, but you are making a grave mistake if you think that applies in South Korea as well.
Here it may be taken as a sign of disinterest if you’re not already contacting them right after the date to let them know you had a good time!
On the flip side, if they’re not texting you that much, it may or may not be a sign of disinterest towards you.
This of course doesn’t consider everyone as some people are naturally the type who don’t like to spend so much time on their phone, no matter how infatuated by you they are.
Unlike in the West that has just Valentine’s Day for couples, Koreans have additional couples’ holidays like White Day, Pepero Day, and even Christmas.