In the end, it is hard to generalize people, but my experience so far has put me closer to Eastern European women than to Western European women.
I am not particularly looking for a Slavic girlfriend though.
Of course I’m not saying that this is true for everyone.
Now, we may sometimes be taught a bit different values, like to let the men hold doors, bring us our coats etc.This is something that I was “taught” (to accept chivalry, but only from the men’s part) and that I completely let go off in Switzerland.Like some would not, because they dislike too much makeup or believe equality of gender is too important and that it has not been reached yet in Serbia (like they would here usually).I’ve met many Eastern European girls over the past years and generally have had a very good impression of them.In addition, in my experience the Slavic people I’ve met tended to care more about and appreciate things I cared about - science, maths and classical music just to name a few.
Even if they did not know much about it, it was generally looked upon in a good way rather than as nerdy interests that would instantly make you the most unpopular guy in any Western European class.
“How can you not fall in love with a woman like that? The segment, a regular feature called Outrage erupted in the Italian public. Although egregious even by Italian standards, the broadcast confirms Italy as no country for women of any age or nationality.
The president of the House of Representatives, Laura Boldrini, condemned the show, saying that it portrayed women “as domestic animals, of which are to be appreciated docility, agreeability, submission.” Rai’s president, Monica Maggioni, described the show as “a surreal representation of Italy in 2017: that this type of representation is made by a public service is a foolish, unacceptable mistake,” pledging to look into how such material made it on air.
Of course, if you are looking for Korean guys in particular, the best thing to do would be to move to Korea.
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This is despite the fact that I’ve spent nearly all my life living in Western Europe.