Not to say that the exaggerated K-dramas necessarily reflect reality. Of course, while some couples have graduated this stage and find happiness in mutual restraint, it can be hard to resist peer pressure while others continue to take it to the next level. " "A lot of girls also plan special 'events,' like playing the piano for their boyfriends," says 23-year-old university student Lee Sin-ae."It should be between two people who love each other, but everyone always asks," says PR Manager Sophia Chong, 25. "It isn't so out of the ordinary here." Take, for example, 23-year-old university student Park Se-ra, who did exactly that.
Valentine's Day is also only one of many romantic holidays.Of course, however platonic your relationship with your travel buddy may be, it's likely that they'll make assumptions. But don't be offended by the free condoms; they give those to everybody.In Korea, as it is in Japan, Valentine's Day is solely the female's responsibility."Because White Day is when men traditionally profess their love for women, and men tend to go for this sort of thing more than women do." For a price ranging from ₩120,000 to ₩750,000, the Love Factory assists clients in preparing the perfect romantic event for their sweetheart, whether it's to celebrate a proposal, a birthday, an anniversary, or even an amicable break-up.The Love Factory only accepts one couple at a time, for maximum romantic and dramatic effect.