are married…

You’re 28 women. My boyfriend is 30 years old.
I’m running a business in Daegu because I inherited my parents’ business.
I’m running a study room, and I’m earning between 3 and 400 regularly.

I think it’s a quarter of my boyfriend’s business.


He’s old and he’s been introduced by adults.

We’ve been talking about marriage since we met for six months ago.

My values don’t match mine.

Marriage is a serious concern because of the value issue.

I think we’re about to set up a meeting, and I’m worried about quitting before that.

I ended up posting it.


Let me list some of the problems I’ve been thinking about.

1. I go to a business meeting once a week and drink until I’m drunk.

– He’s young in business meetings, so he always makes sure to drink until the end.

The next day, I don’t want to hear that you’re always hungover and tired.

2. I often have drinking meetings with my local friends.

Once a month, I drink on weekends and spend Saturdays and Sundays with a hangover.

There’s no date or trip.

3. I spend the rest of my day playing computer games/phone games after work.

– No self-improvement. I exercised, but I’m not going after Corona.

4. He gets angry easily.

– He gets angry at the weird point.

That celebrity is handsome. If you say it like this, do you like me? or something like that’s it.

I want to go on a trip. If I say~, I’m in Corona now. Where am I going?

When I say, “I’m having a hard time in class~,” I say things like, “I’m not mentally strong.” I’m good at cutting my

It’s basic to get angry and swear when you drive.

5. He’s very patriarchal.

When a man earns money after marriage, a woman wants to live and a child wants to have a son.

6. Very political.

Yoo Jae-seok, who is strong on the right and calls the president a leftist.

I heard a comment while looking at the refund expedition.

He knew he didn’t like it, but he was annoyed to see it.


To list the advantages:

The business is stable, so there is no financial problem.

I earn more than 10 million won a month.



We get along well except when we drink.

I’m a manly person, so I try to take good care of him.

But he’s a lifelong drinker, and he’s always got a patriarchal, stubborn mind.

I want to quit because you keep bumping into me.


I’ve only studied, so I don’t know about social affairs.

I don’t think I have eyes for men.

I’d like to meet someone who makes a lot of money and can communicate well.

At home, the man in business is supposed to drink a lot and be strong, so I’m told to meet him well…

Even if the values of this life are different,

Marriage is a reality, so can you live well if you don’t have any financial problems?


I would like to get advice from people who are married…

There is a tide in the affairs of men Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word 'crisis.' One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger - but recognize the opportunity.

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