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Black Day (April 14th): Supposedly, singles that did not receive a gift on either Valentine’s day or white day congregate on April 14th, otherwise known as "Black Day" to eat Jjajyangmyeon (Black Noodles) with other single friends.According to actual Korean 20-somethings, sad singles meeting on the 14th and sharing the day's namesake dish is less reality, and more depressing hogwash.In a similar case, Melbourne man, John, said a woman he met online also filmed him without his knowledge and demanded 0 to not release it.
He said he submitted an online form in September and received an auto-reply, but was only contacted by phone about the matter four months later."This was the worst night of my life," he said."There aren't many people you can speak to about this, it's utterly humiliating."The ABC contacted Victoria Police, who said they were unable to issue a response today but would follow up the reports.Some people follow the so called "Rule of Three" which dictates that the reciprocal gift given by the man must be roughly 3 times the value of the gift he received on Valentine's Day.This rule is not widely expected or practiced, but many Men view it as a rough guideline for reciprocal gifting.By April 14th, the weather in Korea is generally fair and mild, summer is around the corner and "you don't need a reason, or a day, to go out anymore." Perhaps the most telling difference between the two major relationship holidays and Black Day is that the advertising around Black Day is nearly non-existent, in stark contrast to both Valentine’s Day and White Day.The Other Days: Other monthly couples days occurring on the 14th are: Diary Day (January), Rose Day (May), Kiss Day (June), Silver Day (July), Green Day (August), Photo Day (September), Wine Day (October), Movie Day (November), Hug Day (December).View Success Stories Few of us have time to spend making conversation when there's obviously a lack of chemistry.Why go to all that effort when you can review your matches online, and go on better first dates that lead to something meaningful?A Melbourne man who was blackmailed by someone he met on an online dating app says he wants to warn others of the risks.The man, known as James, said he was chatting to a woman online when she demanded money and threatened to release a video of him, which he was unaware she had filmed, if he did not pay."I'd been at a work function and I'd been drinking and I suppose the conversation got provocative and I was coaxed on webcam to be in a compromising position," he told 774 ABC Melbourne."It then turned into a fairly sophisticated blackmail attempt."The woman demanded James transfer 0 into a Western Union account, or the footage would be exposed to his friends and workmates."Things were said like, 'You don't understand, you're going to wish you were dead once I do this'," he said.Many convenience stores set up large displays out in front of their shops, with a heavy focus on chocolate and chocolate candies like Ferrero Rocher, Twix and Chupa Chups.These shops remain up from roughly the week before Valentine's Day to the week after White Day.