How to Successfully Date a K-Drama Fan

May 17, 2022

Dating a k-drama fan is not as easy as you think. They’re obsessed with some of the most gorgeous people in the world, and you want to compete? Here are some cheat codes to help your case, don’t thank us too much.

Learn how to speak Korean 

Hear me out. I’m not saying you should learn it all because that will take a while. Just remember some cute phrases here, a couple of popular expressions there, and you’re good to go. If you say, “sarangae,” to someone who watches k-drama and then do the finger heart, they will marry you.

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Look like their idol

Beg those babalawos in your Instagram DMs to change your looks. If they can’t help, perm your hair, comb it out, and pray to your ancestors. If everything else fails, maybe the thought will count. 

Get into K-drama.

How do you think you’ll be able to have a conversation with them if you’ve never seen any k-drama? Even if you want to cheat in an exam, you will read small na. Also, don’t just watch the popular ones. Try watching the not-so-popular ones for extra points. 

Always have an umbrella

You have to own an umbrella, and it has to be yellow. I promise it’s a thing. You never know when it’ll rain out of the blue, and you can hand your umbrella to them while you walk away, soaking wet. A for alaye; you’ll win Best in Romanzz. Buy your umbrella today.

Upgrade your fashion sense

I know Nigeria is hot, but you need to buy lots of coats, suits and white shirts. If you can’t look like their K-drama idol, you can at least dress the part. Plus, what’s the harm in having a good sense of style? It’s a good side attraction.

RELATED: How to Dress Like a K-Drama Character While Living in Nigeria

Invest in cartons of noodles

Suppose you have lots of cash to spare, you can even buy fancy Korean noodles and invite them over to try different noodle recipes. To seal the deal, take your person to a mai shai and eat the noodles in his shop.

Learn how to cook at least 10 side dishes

Now that you’ve mastered all these, you have reached the ultimate boss. Korean side dishes are easy to make, and the money you’ll spend on the ingredients will be worth it because it’s marriage straight once you hack it. 

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