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Quick small question
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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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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.
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You want to get a part-time summer job while you’re in Korea, so you scour the help-wanted ads carefully. To your surprise, there are few opportunities for students to work with Korean companies. You’ve tried to find connections who can help you find an opening, but apparently you aren’t part of the right Korean network. How can you find a good Korean job to add to your resume if you can’t even get in the door?
In this lesson, you will learn about the Korean auxiliary verb 수도, meaning “might do something.” Our Korean conversation takes on a television news program, and the speakers include news anchors, reporters, and interviewees. The speakers are speaking to the public; therefore, they will be speaking formal Korean. We’ll also explain why the Korean job market is so competitive. 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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Make your friends jealous while perfecting your Korean as you learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! In today’s lesson, Minho(민호) and Inseong(인성) have run into each other, but this time they’re not on such friendly terms. These two Korean boys get into a bit of a fight(싸움) (verbal and physical). As they’re yelling, they’ll be using the exclamatory ending. So listen in and find out how you can add a little “umph” to your exclamatory sentences in Korean! And after listening remember to stop by KoreanClass101.com and leave us a comment!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You’re not quite sure, but you think someone just talked about your feet in Korean. You look down at your shoes to determine what they might be discussing in Korean. Your sandals seem pretty ordinary, but maybe they make your feet look wide? Or maybe they’re commenting in Korean about the fact that your toenail polish is chipping off? Whatever it is, now you’re paranoid.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use idiomatic expressions that use the Korean word발, meaning “feet.” Our Korean conversation takes place at over the phone between a brother and sister. The speakers are related to each other; therefore, they will be speaking informal Korean. We’ll also explain the primary reasons that Korean husbands and wives have disagreements. 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!