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What is the most aspect that is challenging of dating and marriages?
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“The norm for me growing up was my parents and friends knowing my girlfriend. It would be normal in a courting process for my loved ones to have near to them. Koreans usually don’t meet the prospective in legislation until a gathering regarding the grouped families, there they really say ' I want to marry this individual' and the families agree or disagree. That is quite different from the way I spent my youth. I had to inquire of Jessica's dad to marry her only after fulfilling him a times that are few that was awkward, however it worked out.” Cody says.
"I want to think it had been easier than you think to absorb into Cody's family members, nothing was terribly unfamiliar in my experience. But in bringing Cody to my family, before me things were completely foreign whether it was my immediate family or my extended family, as a first generation Korean American and not having any cousins or siblings getting married. We learned what is unconventional and traditional." Jessica adds. "We got hitched in Cuba and did things differently. In going right through things with Cody, We actually learned that which was normal and never within my culture that is very own.
What perhaps you have learned from being with someone from the various culture and battle?
Jessica says "There’s lot more to it then the things I had originally thought. Myself, things would be very easy if I had imagined the relationship with just Cody and. However when we added our families into the mix, that’s when things became more nuanced and it did not matter we had to consider our families thoughts and their opinions that we just loved each other. That made things more interesting."
"I’ve learned an admiration that I possibly couldn't fully grasp before meeting Jessica. an appreciation for her family members and for people that have arrived at the U.S. now. I didn’t completely understand the sacrifice that families made to come to the U.S.