What breed of men do women dislike most?
About 60.4 percent of single women do not like men who resemble their father, a survey revealed Monday.
Some 66.1 percent of unmarried men have a good feeling toward women who look like their mother, said the survey of 628 single men and 568 unmarried women aged 20 or more, which was conducted by www.echu.co.kr, a website on social dating.
When asked would you introduce your lover to your parents, 43.8 percent of male respondents said they would formally arrange a meeting an introduction of their partner, indicating that the wish to inform their parents who they are dating is positive.
About 41.6 percent said they would only introduce their partners when they happen to meet their parents, while 14.6 percent said they will keep who they are dating a secret, if they can.
Half of female interviewees said they will introduce lover only when they happen to meet their parents. Some 26 percent said they will conceal it, if they can, whereas 23.8 percent said they will formally introduce their partner to parents.
The survey said 65.6 percent of male respondents said their parents would support whoever they date, while 15 percent said parents will give them more money to help them date a potential partner. Some 9.6 percent said their parents will support them materially and spiritually, such as volunteer to consult with them on dating.
About 53.2 percent of female interviewees said their parents would support their date choices while 22.4 percent said parents will impose some restrictions such as a curfew on them.
When asked what will you do if your parents object to your dating, 82.3 percent of males and 53.2 percent of females questioned said they would continue to date, regardless of parental objections.
Twenty-eight percent of female interviewees said they will bid farewell to their lovers in compliance with parents’ wishes.
About 9.7 percent of males and 18.8 percent of females polled said even if parents object to their dating choices, they will continue to date and keep it a secret from their parents.
The outcome of the survey indicates that parents have become more open minded about children’s dating, Han Sang-gwon, an official of www.echu.co.kr, said.
Parents of women interviewed have a stricter attitude toward dating than those of men, Han said.