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Which country has the most beautiful women?

It’s going to depend on your preference isn’t it?
For me I’m going to talk about from the preference of an Asian-American since that’s what I am. For me, I’m attracted to Asian girls and from my experience traveling around Asia (I’ve been to Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Phillipines, Malaysia) – I’m going to say **South Korea **has the highest proportion of beautiful women on average.

Walking around Seoul:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqFtUy2nQA0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fP4JBPOGzk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xzDG8NLCxI

Waterbomb Festival:

Walkerhill Bikini Pool party:

Ultra music festival:

You can easily see how many beautiful girls are in plain sight just walking around. Most people think this is because Korean girls do a lot of plastic surgery, and they’d be wrong. A lot of the Chinese tourists come to Korea to do plastic surgery thinking they can be as pretty as Korean girls but they completely miss the point.
**What makes Korean women the most beautiful imo is their attention to makeup, fashion style and their feminine personality. **Focusing on whether or not they did plastic surgery completely misses the point; most of them are beautiful on the inside and outside regardless.

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What do people who are not a K-pop fan think about South Korea?

South Korea is an amazing place to be as a foreigner.

Everything is so convenient and easy to access. Convenience stores are literally everywhere, sometimes even 10 seconds walk from each other.

Seoul is truly is a 24 hour city. If you go to Itaewon at 4 or 5am in the morning, it’s full of people, partying and clubbing etc Gigantic 2 or 3 story cafes and great Korean restaurants are everywhere, and most of them are open until 5am or 24 hours. Clubs are open until 6am and it is literally full of people until then.

Subways are very convenient, and so are buses and taxis, which are not that expensive.

Most Koreans eat out – because the food is not that expensive. Conversely, the supermarkets tend to be much smaller and more expensive than in the West.

Korea is incredibly safe, I mean you see girls wearing the shortest of shorts or skirts walking on the street at 3 or 4am in the morning without a care in the world. If this was the USA…

Attention to appearance and fashion sense – I LOVE that everyone is so well dressed and almost every girl wears makeup and dresses very feminine. So different than in the West where everyone dresses so casually all the time.

Cosmetic stores are everywhere and often very good quality. There’s literally surgery to fix everything. Too fat? too much acne? Eyes are too small? Nose is too wide? going bald? want to never have to shave again? any kind of cosmetic issue can be easily fixed in Korea for a reasonable price.

Service is amazing. I always wait to cut my hair in Korea’s hair salons because you get your hair cut and styled by one (or two) beautiful hair stylists, they give you a great head massage and you get escorted out to the door. No tip required or expected. And price is reasonable.

Lots of couples on the street. (This can also be a bad thing if you are single – it makes you feel more lonely)

You can go to Korean spas at anytime of day and they are almost everywhere. I would usually go there at around 4am or 5am and just soak in the saunas and hot and cold springs. You can even sleep there for an extra fee. I don’t believe you can do this anywhere else.

Most Korean franchises and stores are actually using English names and their menus will be in english. the only websites that are restricted are porn websites. You can use your Visa/Mastercards everywhere. These are especially convenient to a foreigner in comparison to traveling in China.

and just the number of people outside at all times. Coming back to Vancouver or San Francisco, it was like a night and day difference. by midnight in a Western city, the streets are completely dead and all the shops are closed. In Seoul, people are everywhere, in the shops, bars, cafes, alleys etc up until the early morning. I remember taking a midnight bus from Seoul university to Gangnam, its full of people, and seeing 4 girls on the bus that looked like they came out of a model magazine, no one else is paying attention to them, this is just a usual bus in Seoul at midnight and thinking ‘this could never happen anywhere else in the world’.

for traveling of course, Seoul / Korea is amazing. For living – well the work and school conditions are not so great.

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In the future, will it be better to live in China or in South Korea?

This is highly dependent on personal preference, but for me definitely Korea.
Reasons why:
-Koreans generally speak more english and most of Korean franchises and some restaurant or cafe menus are actually in English – this makes it easy for foreigners to get adjusted. In China, you won’t see much english anywhere.
-It’s marginally safer. I know China is already a pretty safe country, but Korea is even more. For example I could leave my phone at a table anywhere and not have any fear of it being stolen. Scams are *far* less than in China. Did you know that in Korea you could actually live rent free if you lent $100k-$200k to a landlord and get it back after a specified period? It’s called Jeonse. I can’t imagine that system actually working in China – they would take that money for sure.
-I can access all my websites (Facebook, Gmail, Youtube, Twitter, Quora, Instagram etc) without using a VPN, not to mention Korea has faster internet in general
-I don’t need a visa for 6 months (China you can get a 10 year visa but you still have to go to embassy and pay a fee to do it)
-Korea is generally cleaner. Yes I know at night the streets can get dirty but in the morning and daytime usually trash is all cleaned up and there’s no trash cans on the streets at all.
-You have to bring your own toilet paper to the bathrooms in China. That’s annoying. In Korea its just there – just like in Western countries.
-There’s a rating system which means I can see sexual/violent movies or games if I want to. In China all that is censored.
-I can use my foreign credit card! In China they only accept Alipay / Wechat pay (need a Chinese bank account, not possible for foreigner tourists), or Unionpay credit cards. Since all my credit cards are American/Canadian, I can’t use them in China and have to use cash. In Korea, they all work fine.
-I like Korean girls better. I know, some people just outright dismiss Korean girls because of plastic surgery but here’s why you shouldn’t:
Most Korean girls haven’t had surgery (check the stats), they pay alot of attention to their appearance with great fashion sense, feminine outfits (skirts/dresses year round for some), great hygiene (shower twice every day + wax/shave everyday), lasik or contacts instead of glasses and great makeup skills. But that’s just appearance.
I found that a lot of Chinese girls care TOO much about money or career. Korean women don’t ask guys about their salary or job usually, they care about a guy’s personality more. And they are very sweet and loving to their bfs and husbands (some are devoted enough to completely cut off contact with any other guys they know when they are in a relationship).
No nationalistic spiels about how much better their country or they are compared to others either. Not one Korean girl I met has ever bragged about her country or her race, and all of them had positive views of Chinese girls. On the other hand, ask a Chinese girl about Korean girls and you will get very polarized responses.
I don’t have to pay *everything* for a Korean girl; she will usually pay for coffee or buy gifts for me (I even know some girls who insist on paying for dinner); with Chinese girls it doesn’t seem like they ever buy guys anything. Also, no expectations about cooking or housework (Korean guys usually dont do this), and no dowry for the wedding either. See? It goes so much beyond plastic surgery.
But it’s not all rainbows and unicorns with Korea, I admit China has some pros too the biggest of which are:
-Cheap cost of living and
-More diverse cuisine
-Work culture is a lot more lenient. In Korea its not uncommon to work 60+ hour weeks and have to drink with your boss everyday – in China its much more relaxed than this