While many refuse to use apps, more and more of the younger generation are using them and reaping the benefits.
Lee Jong-hyuk took over the role of Byeong-hoon, and Sooyoung (of Girls' Generation) played Min-yeong.
One would assume that dating apps would be huge in Korea for two reasons; everyone is wired into smart phones and ‘couple culture’ encompasses Korean holidays and leisure activity – there is even a day to mourn the singles.
The arrangement works like so; one gets introduced to 16 eligible people every day.
You must narrow down the 16 to just 2, and then with their profile information and pictures you select just one.
Instead there are numerous vibrant apps which use unique methods and software to create a fun experience.
Below is a list of 5 of the most popular and interesting apps that could take you one tap closer to your ‘Seoul-mate’.
(NB: It may be difficult to use these apps if you don’t know any Korean.) This app seems to be the most popular social dating app at the moment, with a million downloads and a 4.5 star rating.
The name of the application literally translates to ‘With you, With Me’, and has a cute design layout.
He knows the difference between genuine witticism and crude slapstick that passes for 'comedy' in so many recent movies" and describes the film as "a deft, clever crowd-pleaser that is also a genuinely lovely motion picture, the kind of Korean cinema undeservingly ignored in the foreign market, and another winner from the redoubtable Kim Hyun-seok." A digital album was released on September 7, 2010 which featured two songs recorded by the movie's four stars, along with respective accompanying music videos.