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Idioms And Phrases #17 - I Have “Too Much Korean Food to Eat Alone!”
Learn Korean with! Your stomach never thought it would meet its match, until you traveled to Korea and went to your first dinner party. Out came dish after dish of Korean food, including vegetables, rice, seafood, and poultry. You thought the parade of food would never end, so you decide to ask your friend to join you. You tell him in Korean, "there is too much food for me to eat by myself. Will you help me eat it?" Kind friend that he is, he graciously obliges - after all, who doesn't like a free meal! You pass him a bowl of rice and then the famous Korean dish kimchi. He asks you what it is, and you simply tell him in Korean, "It's delicious!" As he bites into the spicy cabbage, he screams in Korean, "This is too spicy for me to eat!" You laugh and just pass him the next bowl. Hmm...maybe you should tell him it's full of chili peppers! Learning Korean with is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Intermediate lesson will teach you how to say something is "excessive" or "too much" in Korean. So when your friend tells you in Korean that he wants to visit the doctor when you finish your meal, maybe you shouldn't tell him it's too far away for you to drive him there! Visit us at where you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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Intermediate Lesson #21 - Eat Something Good!
Eat something good while you learn Korean with free online lessons and free daily podcasts at! In This lesson, 사장님 (the boss) is sick and leaving early, so he's asking for a few favors. As he's asking favors, he'll be doing it in a very indirect, and as a result, a very polite way. And as Inseong and Soyeon will be talking to their boss, they'll be using extremely polite language, and thus, using the honorific infix (시). After listening, don't forget to stop by and leave us a comment!
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Korean Culture Class #15 - Gyeongsangdo Dialect 3
Is Korean pronunciation difficult? Can't quite seem to get the hang of Korean intonation? Well maybe looking at it from a different angle can clear things up for you! Today we're taking a look at our final lesson on the 경상도 사투리 (Gyeongsangdo dialect), one of the most famous and popular Korean dialects. Comparing a Korean dialect to standard Korean might be able to help you understand how Korean is correctly pronounced and give you clear vision of Korean intonation! In this lesson we'll be focusing on the intonation of the 경상도 사투리 (Gyeongsangdo Dialect), the dialect spoken in Korea's second biggest city, 부산 (Busan). Listening to this lesson will help you perfect Korean pronunciation. It'll also help you perfect your Korean intonation. So remember to listen in and leave us a post!
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Survival Phrases #25 - Riding the Rails 1
Learn Korean travel phrases with A little Korean can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover another high frequency phrase which will be sure to be of use on your trip, vacation, or travels to Korea. It's true that Seoul is Korea's capital. But some of Korea's most well preserved cultural sites are outside of Seoul. And most of these key cultural sites can be reached by train. As Korea is well connected by railway, today's podcast will provide some very useful phrases to get around Korea by the trains! Be sure to stop by and leave us a post!
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Newbie Lesson S4 #8 - Don’t Disturb Me Right Now While I’m Studying Korean!
Learn Korean with! You have a huge test coming up in your Korean class! You have been trying to study all day, but every time you start studying your Korean language lessons again, someone calls or knocks on the door and interrupts you! You are trying to study how to tell people NOT to do something in Korean, when the phone rings again! There's no time like the present to practice! You pick up the phone and tell your friend in Korean, "Don't call me!" Moments later, your friend is at the door! Crazed, you throw open the door and scream in Korean, "I'm busy! Don't come in!" Your friend attempts to block the door closing with her arm, and you open it back up yelling more panicked in Korean, "I am too busy! Don't bother me!" Twenty minutes later the phone rings AGAIN! You answer the phone, blood boiling and pulse racing, "Don't disturb me while I'm studying Korean!" Calmly, she tells you in Korean, "Well...just don't answer the phone then!" AHHHH!!!! Learning Korean with is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Newbie lesson will teach you how to tell people not to do things in Korean. You will also learn common phrases related to talking on the phone in Korean. Visit us at KoreanClass101 where you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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