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26 Seoul, South Korea Man


I’m looking for

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  • Ages 20–28
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Aug 29
5′ 6″ (1.67m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
Working on Ph.D program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
English (Fluently), French (Fluently), Korean (Fluently), Japanese (Okay)

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My self-summary
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*** I'm currently in Seoul until December 2014, and then USA & Canada until April and then Tokyo for two years ***

If I were a frugivore, I'd only eat mangos and kiwis. If I were a carnivore, I'd only eat rabbits, cats and bats. I'm neither. But I love seafood!

I'm a dog person, does that mean anything? And being Capricorn? Fire rabbit? My friends told me all those things passionately; supposedly the fact that my personality and those of over 6 billion people can be neatly separated into few categories means something! But then again, every times I read about Capricorn traits they ring so true. I'm not religious but I do believe in energies or wtv they are and our abilities to affect them and be affected by those of others. So I keep the right people beside me and the rest, well the rest is the rest.

I can't describe myself as a guy-next-door and I tend to be a strong-willed person who nevertheless values compromise, humility as well as the love of learning. I understand the value of mistakes, but I still try to avoid them. Looking for a similarly inclined person. I don't know what it is, but I tend to have a thing for geeks. Not the I-put-on-oversized-glasses-while-taking-a-selfie-for-instagram kinda geeks.....nah, an equally strong willed intellectual individual who's not afraid to show emotions, resolve issues as soon as they arise, who loves both hiking and roaming the cities...and maybe even who verges on workaholism.

The Supremes have been on my mp3 player for years, so has Peter Rauhofer, James Horner, some maintream stuff like Kelly Clarckson, or Sigur Ros. At first sight my tastes appear eclectic, but really, I just never bother updating my list. Mind copying your music folder on my laptop?

If ambition to you rings as brands, cars, cash, ego and superiority, I'll just say that I'd pick the poor humanitarian guy over you without hesitation (unless he has dreads - but I do find long hair sexy sometimes). But let it be known, I roll my eyes contemplating human stupidity too many times to naively believe that everyone's abilities are equal (or the chances they were given for that matter). I nevertheless believe that everyone should be treated equal (and supported by, or supporting a welfare state). Skip my profile if you're a banker, unless you give half your salary to the right charities, in which case, do I count as a charity? 0_o Despite all the seriousness of this paragraph, I hope that the fact that I'm quite a goofy guy has perspired.

I crave big cities; actually I'm scared of small towns. They remind me of just how lonely the life of a grad student can be. The brouhaha and cacophony of the metropoles (yes, that's the word I chose) means plenty of potential to fill so many more holes (pound not intended). I don't do much hook ups, but it sometimes happens if the first date is just that great (ok fine the pound was intended). Otherwise I'm ready to wait...1 month?

I walk fast - yes I know I should take my time to enjoy the walk - but I'm trying to enjoy the actual place I'm heading to a bit longer you see. And let's not get into the "going with the flow" thing (unless you insist)....I'm sorry, but the flow's eventually going to turn into a waterfall and your head, smashed on a rock least buy a boat before you depart I dunno...

I haven't read most literature classics, but I do read, a lot. Mostly non-fiction. In four languages (sorry for the's rare I do I promise). I keep the fiction for the next few decades in case all my plans fall apart, at which point I'll need all these imaginary worlds to colour mine. I'm thus a grounded person, for the time being. I'm impartial to dubbed movies if the dubbing's good, why not. And I hate wine, particularly old, super expensive wine; can we not make such a big classy deal over grape juice? Plus if you drop it on your shirt it makes such a stain. I just go for beer and champagne, my French genes maybe. These don’t make such a stain, you see they’re better! :-p

I never make fun of people, unless I don't know them (actually, if I know them well it's another story) and they're too far to hear anything and the joke is not insensitive or racist, in which case I sometimes do ("Oups, damn, yep that guy was a monet!").

"I need love love, to ease my mind. I need to find, find someone to call mine. But mamma said You can't hurry love. No, you just have to wait. She said love don't come easy. It's a game of give and take."
What I’m doing with my life
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Complaining about waking up, being my Professor's slave, looking at gadgets, dreaming of buying a new phone every month, reading, forgetting things, reading news, putting things on my to-do-list.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Please see above.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My accent
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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My favourite authors are Yukio Mishima and David Harvey while my favourite films are Lost and Delirious and Incendies. They don't mean much about the kind of books or movies I watch, but they are the one that always come to my mind when I have to choose. As for food, I love, actually can't live without spicy food or seafood. As for music, I am what you could call ignorant in that area. Most of my music is either old people's music, movie scores (mostly James Horner;s) and house music, with some Korean, Japanese (no K-pop...) and French, US music thrown in there.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Me bed, me teddy bear, me phone, the welfare state, a second monitor for added productivity, health, planes. I also cannot live without a calculator...was that 6?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Traveling and Japanese colonial legal history, which is what I research.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Studying, hanging out with friends, or just dead on a sofa faking to read but really just "resting my eyes for a minute" :-p
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I kinda have a thing for....
You should message me if
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You're into me and love strolling down the city.