From his Facebook :
"Love found me in the least expected place
So my girlfriend of almost a year is a VB. She works in a ktv. Yes, I’m absolutely clear about the notion of that alone is frowned upon and I perfectly understand because I once harboured similar sentiments. I’m close to my mid 30s, had my fair share of chiong-ing days as well. Chionged for more than 10 years and never once did the thought of dating a VB crossed my mind. But it happened. Sounds cliche but it was love at first sight.
I’m not rich, earning enough to sustain my lifestyle and saving bit on the side. No fancy cars to drive either. Not K pop handsome either, possibly slightly above average only.
Now some quick description about her. (Wouldn’t be able to share too much since she’s still in this line). She’s young, hot and extremely smart. Long queues of way richer bros desperate to get into her pants. Not inclusive of those like me who got mesmerized by her at first sight. I’m even close to 100% sure some bros here even know her.
I consider myself the luckiest among the lot for her to love me. I didn’t step into that ktv looking for love, but love found me there. She loved me more than any ex girlfriends ever did, referring to those I was in serious r/s with.
Cut the story short, we brought each other home and was introduced to our respective families. We spoke about marriage, kids, future plans etc. I haven’t spent a single dime on the so called “village matters”. She managed it all on her own.
Throughout this journey so far, I admit we have our fair share of quarrels. Jealousy is one of the main killers here and trust is key. Who can ever tolerate knowing the fact that guys are pawing at her while she’s working? I came to terms with it... I’ll be glad to share more and if any bros who are in the same boat, I could use some form of comfort knowing that there are also others out there like us. Thank you for reading!"