Women are supposed to be submissive.” However, as purposefully provocative and offensive as Sebastian wished to make his article, and his website in general, he did touch on one thing all people who live in Vietnam can agree on: the dating culture, when it comes to Vietnamese girls, seems to be slanted in favour of foreign men.
If you meet any foreign man who has a girlfriend or is married in Vietnam, it’s about 90% certain that his partner will be Vietnamese.
Based on our interest in vintage ao dai, Sebastian offered his own article, 44 Reasons to Date a Vietnamese Woman.
After reading a few of the paragraphs, pretty traditionally masculine statements began to emerge: “In case you have dated women from other parts of Asia, you know that self-reliant women are rarer than diamonds,” and “There’s one thing you need to know about Vietnamese culture and I bet my ass that you like it.
Every day we get new Vietnamese ladies joining and we strive to become the number one place for westerners online to find friends and more in Vietnam.
Recently a 23-year-old Sebastian Harris, the self-titled “Global Seducer”, wrote to us in response to an article he had found on City Pass Guide: Beautiful Vietnamese Women in ‘Ao Dai’.
Around 99% of are regular Vietnamese girls, and 1% are hookers. Just setup a profile with 3-4 pictures, be friendly and just casually ask if they would like to meet up for a coffee or dinner when you land. Just set up a number of dates and you will be fine. Even though Vietnam is considered South East Asia, and thought of in the same boat with the likes of Thailand or Indonesia, the country has far more in common with China than those regions.
This is due to 1) high population 2) language 3) it’s closed-off society and should approach the country with the same idea.
This interesting dating dynamic is universally acknowledged and endlessly discussed.
So, we decided to get four different opinions on dating in Vietnam to get a broader perspective. For you, has it been different dating a foreigner from a Vietnamese man? Girls are more suspicious of guys and not so easy to approach. Its different in Vietnam; I find it easier to approach someone just for a drink or a dinner. I came in Vietnam for the first time in 2015, for a week of holiday. I really loved [Vietnam], the people, so I decided to come back to here six months later for an internship in January 2016. First, I have to say that Vietnamese girls are very beautiful – they got something.