Dating vietnamese culture

In my last article I talked about how to find a Vietnamese girl for marriage or long term relationship. Next you’ll have to go through the grueling dating phase, and if you do a good job with building attraction, the two of you will eventually start a relationship.But you need to be aware that dating girls from traditional countries like Vietnam will be far different from the west.Your girlfriend likely had a pretty conservative upbringing, and her parents and extended family will have different values from what you’re used to.And if you never lived in Vietnam or dated a Vietnamese girl before, this will be very difficult waters to navigate.Sadly, many relationships have ended due to trivial cultural misunderstandings. I have lived in Vietnam for many years and I have lots of experience how the local dating culture works.Misunderstandings that could have been solved with the right information or guidance. Furthermore I have had a successful relationship with a Vietnamese girl for over 1,5 years now.

In addition, don’t take her out for dinner on the first date.This will weed out all the “gold diggers” who are just looking for a free meal.In the unlikely event that she don’t have a motorbike, the question whether you should pay for her transportation or not may come up.First, it’s important to understand that most young girls in Vietnam don’t earn a lot of money. So even a $2 to $5 taxi ride will be quite the expense for her.

So if the question comes up, just order her an Uber or Grab.

If she insists on getting her own taxi and you pay her back later, politely say no.

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