Edit: For anyone who wants to meet and talk to South Koreans online I suggest using a pen pal site.People are usually very grateful and friendly if you are genuinely interested in their language or any aspect of their culture.I have been a member of Interpals for 7 months now.I do think it is possible to make genuine people, as I have made 5 real people on the site since joining.Estimates are more reliable the closer a site is to being ranked #1.Global traffic ranks of 100,000 are subject to large fluctuations and should be considered rough estimates.One tip is to be quite specific in your profile message on your home page what you are and are not looking for e.g.you are looking for friends to engage in real conversation, and not looking for romance.
Id especcially like a site that you could connect through interest, such as aviation or football or even Fluent in 3 months! I use two sites to find language exchanges: This one was actually the best source so far.
It is easy to find someone who is willing to tell you more about things that might interest you, whether it’s Korean temples, Korean indie music, KPop, Korean calligraphy, Korean companies or even Korean politics.
My favorite site is of course the one where I met my Kimchi Man ^^..
Description: The Dark Side of Inter Pals - An Investigation into the unethical privacy violations of Antonio Lupher and the site owners subsequent cover-up, and attempts at smear campaign, disinformation, misinf...
The Dark Side of Inter Pals - An Investigation into the unethical privacy violations of Antonio Lupher and the site owners subsequent cover-up, and attempts at smear campaign, disinformation, misinformation and red communist Russian propaganda against the former Inter Pals site moderator who reveal and exposed his vast web of lies from the inside out.