5 Most Recent Forum Posts
Quick small question
3:10 am by goossenssammy3006
Korean Subtitles For Movies?
6:05 am by gadlaw8528
What's your SKYPE address, everyone?
9:44 pm by jrleslie5194
How long does it take to become fluent in Korean?
6:59 pm by social2147
5:53 pm by kc101com
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Today’s a very special day in Korea. Today is 추석 (chuseok)! This is the holiday which celebrates the harvest in Korea. And also, Iseul, a new member of our team, joins us for the first time to discuss Chuseok! Be sure to leave us a post and ask any questions you may have!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Today is the much anticipated Hangul Day! So today we have a culture class for this great day! Hangul was created by the Great King Sejong. It’s rumored that he got a vision of Hangul while he was sitting on the toilet! Learn about how Sejong created Hangul, Hangul usage in North Korea, and Mongolian Birthmarks. Just another day at KoreanClass101.com! And if you listen in, remember to stop by and leave us a post!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Instead of our usual Beginner Lesson, we are sending out a special feed. The reason for this is because today (well, not today, but yesterday) is Pepero Day! Pepero is a chocolate covered cookie stick that is made by Lotte. This is a day celebrated in Korea which is very much like Valentines Day. One gives and receives presents, gifts, and on this day, Pepero! A day very unique to Korea, this is a culture class that you don’t want to miss! After listening, remember to stop by KoreanClass101.com and leave us a post!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Today we’re starting on our series of Culture Classes; and to start, we’re going to talked about age. Age plays an integral role in Korean society. Everyone is grouped according to the year they were born. And because everyone is regarded according to the year they were born, Koreans are always asking about age. Also, Koreans count age differently than many other cultures. According to Korean age, sometimes someone can be 2 years older than their actual age. Listen in and find out all about Koreans and age! And after listening, remember to stop by and leave us a post!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Korean is a language which heavily inflects social hierarchy. According to different relationships, one is expected to be polite to certain people, and is not expected to be polite to others. And as no one wants to be rude when learning a new language, listen in to find out what Politeness Levels in Korean is all about! And after listening, remember to stop by KoreanClass101.com and leave us a post!