There is always a segment in which the lead man or woman waits a stupidly long time for the person they love to arrive or talk to them. For instance, I'm catching up on "My Princess" on Netflix and there is a moment when Park Hae Young (Song Seung Hun) sits outside of Lee Seoul (Kim Tae Hee)'s house for hours in order to talk to her. I mean, in one scene, the sun is out. In the next scene, the sun has set, and he's still outside her front door.
I know this segment is supposed to be touching and romantic, but if you saw someone standing outside your house for hours at a time, is that what you would think?
I guess what I find more incredulous about the situation is that I'm all too aware of Koreans and their marriage to impatience. (see: bbalee-bbalee culture) For a country that considers waiting 5 minutes at the bank a national travesty, I refuse to believe that there is a man out there - a Korean man, nonetheless - who is willing to wait for HOURS. IN THE COLD. Psh, yeah right.
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