hikkichan wrote:Is she there on exchange or is she actually from California?
hikkichan wrote:As far as "impressing" her, the only way you're going to do that is by being yourself.
Sure, you can put on an act, play prince charming... but, once she finds out it isn't the real you, the fairytale is over.
But, they way to a woman's heart isn't changed because of ethnic boundaries; women, people in general, want the same thing.
Anyhows, random blather aside, you need to be genuine. If you sound like a dork in telling her that you'd like to spend more time together, be that dork. If you're a smooth-talker, be a smooth-talker; don't deviate from who you are.
Don't over-do it by trying to become fluent in Japanese or Korean right way... that'll just weird a person out. Try to learn... and ask for help. Since you're both in Japanese class, and you say she's fluent, as her to help you with your studies.
hikkichan wrote:I can't really offer too much culturally... just don't blow your nose at the table during a meal and respect seniority.
I used to date a model from Korea... She had only been in the US for schooling (about 3 years at the time)... and we never had any problems culturally.
Just never let pride get in the way of saying the words, "I'm sorry."
PocketKiriyama wrote:Interesting.......used to have to same problem.
I blew by not doing anything.
From my experience I think you should go for it and talk to her.
Don't be like me, I only knew later from my younger sister that she was interested in me.
ONLY that I was too shy to ask her out.
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