A Korean Family
Until , Korea was a single country on the world map but political unrest resulted in a division of the region into two countries with different political ideologies. However, culture and traditional values of the region still bind these two countries with each other. The Korean language is spoken in both the countries and a similar family system is followed in both countries. Globalization has made certain changes to the family patterns and social structure, predominantly in South Korea because of its flexible policies, which is not the case with North Korean politics. As good and old habits die hard, both the Korean countries are still deeply rooted in their culture and traditions.
Korean culture is a conservative culture, and not everyone is cool with public displays of affection in Korea. Share with us in the comments! I guess it also depends on how serious your friends take Korean culture also. Age tends to be a major factor in terms of who gives and who gets respect. Whether they deserve or not is obviously an entirely different subject. I live in Gwangju now, and being from another Asian country, I do know what excessive skinship is still not greatly accepted. I have to say though, skinship is awkwardly practiced in South Korea.
From a tribe of semen-drinking men to the community of brothers sharing a wife, amaze yourself with these 10 shocking tribal sex traditions from around the world. Paying for dinner and a movie to get someone into the sack is so passe, or at least foreign to other cultures. Take a look at some of the rituals other peoples practice. To become a man in this primitive tribe, boys are removed from the presence of all females at the age of seven, living with other males for ten years. During the ten years, the skin is pierced to remove any contamination brought upon by women. For the same reason, they also regularly incur nose-bleeding and vomiting caused by consuming large amounts of sugarcane. To top it off, they are required to ingest the semen of their elders, which is thought to sustain growth and strength.