White day (화이트데이)

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  1. AzureWolf says:

    Hmm… I heard about this before from my Korean friends, but that was it – no details.

    What’s the most common thing Koreans do on White Day and what is the most common gift or candy? Like, chocolates and a movie; roses and dinner?

    And more importantly, what does the lazy girl have to do? =P Haha, I’m just kidding! Don’t kill me!

  2. Betchay says:

    It’s more common to give candies on White Day… it’s really so unfair when men get chocolates on Valentine’s Day!

  3. fragilegirl says:

    hahaha.. so that’s why on korean dramas, girls give chocolates to boys during valentine’s day. hahaha.. while in the Philippines, girls would be waiting to receive chocolates AND flowers! hahaha

  4. gceb1 says:

    Hello po! Napakasaya naman pong basahin ang mga entries sa blog niyo. I’m an English teacher for Korean here in the Philippines at dahil March 14 is coming up, I’m researching about Korea’s White Day. Luckily, I ran in to your blog. ^^ Thanks, and I will keep reading your posts.

  5. Sasha Lim Uy says:

    Hi! Good day! I’m writing an article about White Day and I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions about it? I listed my e-mail and I was hoping you could get back to me? Thank you so much!

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