Most young men and women prefer to date in spring
About one third of men and a half of woman prefer to date in spring, a recent survey said.
Also, 22 percent of men and 9.1 percent of women prefer to date in summer and winter, respectively, according to the survey of 129 male and female viewers of “Turn up the Night” which was held at Club Eden in Yeoksam-dong, southern Seoul. The survey was conducted by Miller Korea, an importer of premium beer, last month.
When asked do you think that seasons have influence on relations with partner, 24.4 percent of male respondents and 31 percent of female interviewees said, “yes.”
Some 56.1 percent of men and 81.8 percent of women interviewed said their partner looks most attractive between 6 p.m. and midnight.
When asked how many times do you need to date to make friendship with your partner a romance, 46.3 percent of men and 45.5 percent of women questioned said they needed to date two or three times and four or five times, respectively.
Thirty-nine percent of men and 40.9 percent of women surveyed said it takes a week or less and a month or less to do light petting with their partner, respectively.