Seoul’s Dongguk and Kyung Hee universities say the courses on dating, sex, love and relationships target a generation which is shunning traditional family lives.Many young people have given up on courtship, wedlock and childbirth because of economic pressures such as housing costs, unemployment and tuition fees.
Ms Jang designed the curriculum to include dating in the belief that learning from real-life experience is as important as studying theory.
The course has expanded to Kyong Hee university, which offers “Love and Marriage” classes and Inha university in Incheon, a specialist engineering college, where students can now sign up to lessons on prioritising success and love.
The average western man in Korea becomes an Asiaphile overnight because Korean women tend to be flirty and appeasing, and they wear tight clothes.
Korean men on the other hand are conservative and insecure.
Offering another unusual course in the country is Inha University, where students learn to deeply think about what makes life valuable and prioritise between success, love, and marriage, according to an article in Koreaboo online news portal in South Korea.
Popular personalities from different walks of life share their experiences during lectures to teach students the value of love and relationships.Seoul has spent about £50 billion trying to boost the birth rate.For the Western woman, Korea contains so much water, but rarely a drop to drink.Professor Jang Jang Jae-sook is the brain behind both the courses.He teaches at Kyung Hee and has founded the course at Dongguk, according to Study "The course does not teach students that a happy relationship should end in marriage, as today's students consider both dating and marriage to be optional," Jang reportedly said.Dongguk University in South Korea calls its course "Marriage and Family", where students have to date three of their classmates for a month each by the end of their semester.