Do relationships where the man does all the money spending really exist?


Do relationships where the man does all the money spending really exist?

just out of curiosity.

If you look at the reaction to comments here, when a girlfriend pays for the cost after a date, she is called “cost-effective/best-value for money”.

However,  are there really relationships where the man , without any conditions, 100% pays for all the costs during the relationship that lasts years ?

I am not talking about relationships that get split after a month.

I mean relationships that last at least one year.




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Korean vocabulary

비용 ,cost, expense

가성비, value for money

최소,the least, the fewest, minimum

착각하다, delude oneself, mistake

실랑이하다, bother, nag,quarrel, wrangle

아예, from the outset, not at all, entirely, utterly

평소에, usually,ordinarily

얻어먹다, beg food, beg one’s bread,get treated to

정신상태, mentality,mental status


            • [+726] [-40]

              Although I have witnessed such relationships, what people misunderstand is that the woman isn’t telling him “you, pay everything!”. I also try to pay sometimes but he wouldn’t let me pay.  So every time we quarrel and I  want to pay secretly, either he has already paid for it or he stops me from paying. Therefore, I usually prepare a gift for him, whenever we go on a date and I can’t pay for the costs.Furthermore, isn’t it problematic if one is only leaching off their partner ?

            • [+633] [-83]

              And those kind of people are usually married and living well…

            • [+514] [-157]

              The people who let their partner pay 100% of the cost are strange (dubious) but if it is just to the extent of  buying food and coffee or desserts, isn’t it just them liking each other ?

End notes

Yall I am also learning Korean, so bear with me regarding the translations. I am translating as I understand and not literally.  




Naver Korean English Dictionary

Nate Pann



Not 100% sure of this sentence’s translation.

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