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But surprisingly none of the male styles appear to match the distinctive cut favoured by the dictator.
Illustrated guides have reportedly appeared in hairdressers in Pyongyang showing haircuts deemed acceptable by Kim Jong-un's authorities Equality in North Korea: Both sexes have 15 approved haircut models. #ylemaailmalla #pyongyang pic.twitter.com/U9Co Yw Lgt0— Mika Mäkeläinen (@Mikareport) April 16, 2017And he even tried one of the country's salons, selecting what he said was 'the most popular' style on offer - and described the experience as the 'best shave and head massage that I have ever had'.
North Korean men and women have a choice of just 15 approved hairstyles, it has been claimed.
Illustrated guides have appeared in hair salons across Pyongyang showing haircuts deemed acceptable by Kim Jong-un's authorities.
It can be a form of courtship that consists of social activities done by the couple.
The protocols and practices of dating, and the terms used to describe it, vary considerably from country to country and over time.
This – ultimately – means they have a desire to please sexually, as well.
Find yourself in a great long term relationship with a Korean woman and you can bet that she’ll be all about making you feel great.
In the past it was generally considered a taboo for a man and a woman to marry if they both have the same last name from the same ancestor.
If you’ve been keeping up with our little site you may have noticed an article that came out recently by Redpole Q titled, 7 Reasons I Love Japanese Girls and You Should Too.
Now let me just say right-off-the-bat that Redpole Q is usually dead-right with his perspective but I can’t help but think that he used complaints about Korea to suggest Korean women weren’t as golden as many a man has found them to be. Korean women have a sexual charge that I just haven’t seen anywhere else in Asia – they present themselves very, very well. Of course we are – we also love it when girls use those looks well.
From this cultural influence, the article 809 of the Korean Civil code regulated marriages within a clan in the past, considering it as a type of exogamy.
However, the Korean Constitutional Court found this piece of legislation unconstitutional and asked for an amendment by the legislative branch in a 1997 decision.