I’m not really a silent sufferer type, I can’t be I’m 1.5 Korean. We've perfected the art of using it for Maximum results and maximum damage and maximum efficiency/effectiveness.
In case you might have been living in a cave or if you’re not so dissimilar to me, a super villain lair Korean dramas share a common thread in this: the guy always sulks, wallows, and looks as if being emotionally tortured by some sort of inner pain that they’re experiencing. This melodrama brings all the ladies to the yard, I can teach you but I’d have to charge.
It’s really stupid simple, if you’re a guy you need to shower, get all metro sexual, bring a Book that isn’t about robots, dungeons and dragons, monsters, or some silly crap only people that cosplay at anime conventions (aka nerds) would find endearing and ‘interesting’ (revulsion of disgust). To make it plain as human possible I comprised this handy guide:
Don’t bring books about:
- survival or zombies
- Coding or technology
- Anything like 50 shades of gray or maze runner
- Graphic novels or trashy romance novels
- porn (duh)
- Books about art or writing
- Recipe books
- Self help books, shows you’re interested in self improvement
- Travel books
You always want to find yourself in a cafe wearing nice clothes and sitting nearest to a window where you can perfect a technique I call ‘the gaze’. You’re really just staring out the window looking like you’re thinking of your next private journal entry. Or looking as if you’re recalling better times. This is the key primal ingredient for Kdrama, not the cutesy crap you see now with over emphasis on salon quality hair.