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Postby zboy1 » December 2nd, 2013, 12:16 pm

Enticer wrote:What are the differences between Korean, Japanese and Chinese? Demeanor and temperment wise?


Not much really separates Northeast Asian females from each other; most of them are pretty materialistic, greedy and self-serving as their 'Western' counterparts.

As far as temperament goes...no question the feistiest and most argumentative are Chinese females, followed by Korean women. Japanese females are much more calmer and even-keeled compared with other Northeast Asian counterparts...

Chinese are also the rudest, and lack any kind of proper manners or cleanliness; for example, constantly spitting on the ground, urinating out in the open, picking their nose in front of everyone, no toilet paper in the bathrooms, etc...

The most polite and civilized people in all of Asia are the Japanese: in fact, I think the Japanese may be number one in that regard.

Koreans, interestingly, can alternate between the Chinese and the Japanese. It depends, though, whether you meet a 'good Korean' or 'bad Korean' person.

I also think Koreans act kind of between the rude, obnoxious and highly argumentative Chinese, and the polite, reserved, and scrupulous Japanese. Shouldn't be that surprising since their culture is a mix of the two.
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Postby navigator » December 2nd, 2013, 12:46 pm

zboy1 wrote:Koreans, interestingly, can alternate between the Chinese and the Japanese. It depends, though, whether you meet a 'good Korean' or 'bad Korean' person.

I also think Koreans act kind of between the rude, obnoxious and highly argumentative Chinese, and the polite, reserved, and scrupulous Japanese. Shouldn't be that surprising since their culture is a mix of the two.


That is possibly the most accurate description of Koreans (and Korean-Americans) that I have ever read. Spot-on. I've had the same experiences.
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Postby Enticer » December 2nd, 2013, 6:05 pm

zboy1 wrote:
Enticer wrote:What are the differences between Korean, Japanese and Chinese? Demeanor and temperment wise?


Not much really separates Northeast Asian females from each other; most of them are pretty materialistic, greedy and self-serving as their 'Western' counterparts.

As far as temperament goes...no question the feistiest and most argumentative are Chinese females, followed by Korean women. Japanese females are much more calmer and even-keeled compared with other Northeast Asian counterparts...

Chinese are also the rudest, and lack any kind of proper manners or cleanliness; for example, constantly spitting on the ground, urinating out in the open, picking their nose in front of everyone, no toilet paper in the bathrooms, etc...

The most polite and civilized people in all of Asia are the Japanese: in fact, I think the Japanese may be number one in that regard.

Koreans, interestingly, can alternate between the Chinese and the Japanese. It depends, though, whether you meet a 'good Korean' or 'bad Korean' person.

I also think Koreans act kind of between the rude, obnoxious and highly argumentative Chinese, and the polite, reserved, and scrupulous Japanese. Shouldn't be that surprising since their culture is a mix of the two.


Thanks for this. I kinda had figured this out on my own. My barometer? Talking to a few friends and visiting chinese and japanese buffets... :roll:

Passive types tend to be more flexible and understanding, IMO. Let us not forget that women are hard wired to feel secure and stable. This is why they like strong men...in personality, physical and yes, even financial. It goes back to our roots as cave dwellers. Despite feminism's lie, women are weaker in some respects and their overall being relies on a man to take care of them and the nest. Some men feel that a woman's need for financial security is greed or materialism...which it is not. Screening someone before you marry them should easily show if where their heart is....

...so yes, as I always thought. Japanese women it is... :)
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Postby Mr Natural » December 5th, 2013, 3:13 am

zboy1 wrote:no question the feistiest and most argumentative are Chinese females


But man they can be so good looking.....


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Postby Enticer » December 8th, 2013, 7:56 am

I have met some beautiful chinese but their demeanor is a turn off. Now, this is here in the US..at chinese restaurants. Perhaps they hate their job...but Japanese and their quiet, shy demeanor is for me, such a turn on...
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Postby anamericaninbangkok » December 8th, 2013, 8:01 am

This is like asking, "How long is a piece of string?"

zboy1 wrote:
Enticer wrote:What are the differences between Korean, Japanese and Chinese? Demeanor and temperment wise?


Not much really separates Northeast Asian females from each other; most of them are pretty materialistic, greedy and self-serving as their 'Western' counterparts.

As far as temperament goes...no question the feistiest and most argumentative are Chinese females, followed by Korean women. Japanese females are much more calmer and even-keeled compared with other Northeast Asian counterparts...

Chinese are also the rudest, and lack any kind of proper manners or cleanliness; for example, constantly spitting on the ground, urinating out in the open, picking their nose in front of everyone, no toilet paper in the bathrooms, etc...

The most polite and civilized people in all of Asia are the Japanese: in fact, I think the Japanese may be number one in that regard.

Koreans, interestingly, can alternate between the Chinese and the Japanese. It depends, though, whether you meet a 'good Korean' or 'bad Korean' person.

I also think Koreans act kind of between the rude, obnoxious and highly argumentative Chinese, and the polite, reserved, and scrupulous Japanese. Shouldn't be that surprising since their culture is a mix of the two.


On the whole, Chinese women are indeed rude. I wouldn't do well marrying a Chinese woman who got in my face. Much better with the less rollercoaster-type women. The HK woman who was slapping around that simp out in public would have got flattened.

Korean women - not for me. The whole Korean culture is a bit too much for me. I sat down in a little bar with a buddy in a hotel in Jeju a few years ago. The place was empty and we sat and talked to three female bartenders at the place for a couple of hours. Their attitude about men and how men need to do this and do that was not to my liking.

Japanese women - I like their demeanor and there are some who are extremely fine.
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Postby sea_dragon » September 15th, 2014, 9:39 am

Comparing East Asian women, I prefer Japanese women the most out of all of them. But I hope they make great wives.
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