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Korean Subtitles For Movies?
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What's your SKYPE address, everyone?
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How long does it take to become fluent in Korean?
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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You’re pretty sure you smell a rat. Somehow your project has disappeared from your office in Korea, and you think you know who is to blame. Your Korean colleague has been competing with you for a promotion, and you think he wants to sabotage you to get ahead. You’ll make sure he ends up like a drowned rat if he keeps messing with you!
In this lesson, you will learn about the Korean idiomatic expressions that use the word 쥐, meaning “rat.” Our Korean conversation takes place on a television soap opera between an employee and her senior colleague. The junior employee will speak formal Korean, while the senior employee will speak informal Korean. You’ll also find out why some Korean soap operas are popular despite their negative critical reception. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Today Hyunwoo is talking about one of his many passions in life… breakdancing! Breakdancing has become quite a hit in Korea, with many of the world’s top breakdancing troupe’s being Korean. There is quite a large following for a movement that is still viewed as underground in many places of the world. Hyunwoo tells us about his breakdancing experiences. After you’ve listened, remember to six-step your way over to KoreanClass101.com and leave us a post!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You’d usually rather stay home than go on a blind date. However, you have a date with a Korean guy tonight that you met in an Internet cafe. You’ve talked to him in Korean before, and so far, you seem to have a lot in common. Let’s hope he’s as good in person as he is online!
In this lesson, you will learn about the Korean expression -을(ㄹ) 바에는, meaning “I’d better do something.” Our Korean conversation takes place on a television news program, and the speakers include a news anchor, a reporter, and an interviewee. The news team is speaking to the public; therefore, they will be speaking formal Korean. We’ll also tell you about a great way to meet Korean people who share your interests. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
You’ve been studying Korean for quite some time now and you’ve become much more comfortable than before understanding written and spoken Korean. But then, from time to time, you bump into these expressions that everybody uses but you just can’t find in your dictionary. Then that’s probably because what you heard was a slang expression. Every language has some slang expressions that are so commonly used that they are just as important to know as other more standard expressions, and Korean is not an exception. Listen in to this first part of the Korean slang series at KoreanClass101.com and find out what you’ve been missing out on when you watch Korean TV shows and surf on Korean websites.