Korean girls don't associate with other asian guys do they?
I am not sure if I am over-thinking this or not.
I will just tell you and let you decide.
There are these korean girls at my school.
These girls tend to hang in their little "groups" and only use korean.
The only people I see them talk to are other korean girls, korean guys, and white guys.
I had one of them in a class I before and had bumped into them a few times across campus.
They seem to go out of their way to avoid me.
Everytime in class, she would take the seat farest away from me.
When she was unfortunate enough to sit near me, she would ask people two or more seats away for help when I am next to her.
When I bump into her in the hallways, she darts the other away.
When we look at the same bulletin board, she walks away when I go up to it.
I get the feeling that either they are looking down on me or are embarassed to be near me.
They seem to talk to white guys and korean guys though.
The funny thing is, I have been to more than one college and in each of those colleges, all the korean girls act the same way.
Can someone shed some light on this?
Also, I had a few experiences when korean people came up to me and thought I was korean, then walked away after finding out I am not.
("Friendly" to "I don't want to have anything to do with you.")
I did an experiment one time and only said "I don't know how to speak korean." instead of "I am not korean."
Since almost every Asian person mistakens me for being korean.
The result was mind-blowing. O_O
It went from "Friendly" to "OMG. I JUST FOUND A SUPERAWESOME GUY. I AM GOING TO CALL YOU BIG BROTHER AND INTRODUCE YOU TO ALL MY FRIENDS." in 2 seconds...
He went and introduced me to his korean friends. They wanted me to join them in parties and stuff.
They were even generous enough to buy me drinks. (I declined the offer though.)
In my mind, I was like.....
"WTF?!?!?!?! How come the treatment is so different to non-koreans?!?!?"
I need someone to shed light on this too. >_>
After dragging me around for 30 minutes, I told them I was not korean.
Then, there was a long awkward silence......
I said I didn't speak korean. It didn't mean I WAS a non-korean speaking korean. >_>
So yea....I walked out because it got really awkward with the whole room of koreans staring at me.
Lucky, I was not jumped.
But seriously, why do koreans treat other asians this way???