Well the owner of this blog attends University of Hawaii in Manoa. Totally forgot if it says in one of the sidelinks o.o it says where we all go I think??
I answered this multiple times.. in the FAQ. Fourth question from the top.
The country overall is still conservative. It’s just the younger generations tend to show or be less conservative… well because they’re young lol. We talked about this in my East Asian Studies and Culture class that I took at Hanyang during summer. My classmate said they just wanna have fun before growing up and being all “professional” and boring and what not. During their years through middle school - high school, they don’t really have alot of fun, because it’s mostly school day in and day out and extra curricular activities. You don’t really know Asian Parenting unless you’ve had Korean parents. During the day, you’ll see normal students, but sometimes they’ll surprise you. Like this one girl in my class was super quiet and like the smartest seriously… but at night she parties the hardest LOL. But to answer your question overall. Korea is very much conservative. Though, sometimes I feel like they’re growing less conservative?? but not really… These pictures just show the Youth Culture.