It is quite surprising that even in this era of equality, there are a certain number of Korean women who follow girls’ stereotypes made by men. Considering all of women’s rights movement in the past, their passive behavior to admit subordinate relationship with men is rather distressing. Their characteristics of behaviors can be described as reserved, introverted, and sensitive. It is undeniable that all of these characteristics belong to negative features nowadays. And… voila! At this time, a brand new type of girl who is totally different from what we have seen comes into the scene.
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