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Egyptian Marriage " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ Hearing about the cultural differences and challenges they face has really made me reflect a lot on what I learned from through my second language, Arabic.
fit=530,346&ssl=1" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-3283" alt="Egyptian Marriage" src="https://i0com/ I’ve been here in Korea for two weeks and I’ve been hearing quite a bit about cross-cultural relationships as there seem to be so many foreigners here dating Korean men and women.
Let me tell you something – in poorer parts of world it can be just as much of a problem as it is in wealthier nations (sometimes much worse).
This is not only for I didn’t have an apartment or a stable job at the time but this was only after I explained my short to mid-term plans in extreme detail.
As I’ve already said above, men are judged quite harshly on what they own and what their status is.
A man is even judged on how much gold he gives his bride at the wedding.
This carried the expectation that we intended to get married.
I had to make a serious choice then and there, without even knowing this girl properly, about whether or not I wanted to spend the rest of my life with her.
Even then he was hesitant and had to phone an Egyptian friend of mine in Australia (the woman who taught me Arabic who I also call my second mother) to verify that I was telling the truth. It can be taken as really rude if you say it to a girl who doesn’t have a playful nature or the right sense of humor.