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Advanced Audio Blog S6 #22 - Top 10 Korean Special Events: Parents’ Day
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You're trying to teach your friend's children how to make paper flowers, but they seem to be struggling with the concept. They ask you why they can't buy the flowers for this Korean holiday. You have to explain in Korean that something homemade is more meaningful than something bought. In this lesson, you'll learn how and when to celebrate your parents and grandparents on Parents' Day in Korea. We'll tell you the significance of the month in which this Korean holiday falls, and the author will share how she traditionally celebrated this holiday with her Korean family. You will also learn about traditional and more modern gifts that children send their parents on this Korean holiday. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!  
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Inner Circle #26 - February 2016: 7 Minutes & 7 Seconds to Korean Learning Success
Last time, you learned how to make your own language learning profile. This time, we’re talking about the 7 minutes and 7 seconds to Korean learning success. If you’ve had trouble sticking to language learning this year, this is for you.   In this Inner Circle Lesson, you'll learn:   1. How To Develop a Learning Routine in 7 Minutes & 7 Seconds 2. Why This Amount of Time Is All You Need To Get Started 3. How You Can Apply It As Well
Inner Circle #25 - January 2016: Get a Big Head Start with Your Language Profile Cheat Sheet
You’re receiving this because you made a resolution for 2016 and took the Challenge. Now that you have a goal in mind, let’s talk about the first steps to learning a language. Normally, I recommend writing out a self-introduction. This time, I also built my language profile. What’s that, you ask?   In this Inner Circle Lesson, you'll learn:   1. Why You Need a Language Profile When You Start Learning 2. How I Started Learning German in 2016 with this Method 3. How You Can Make Your Own Language Profile Cheat Sheet   BONUS: How to set up successful goals for 2016 (more info in the PDF)  
Audio Blog S5 #7 - Do You Know Who Korean General Yi Sunshin Is?
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! In our last Korean lesson, we learned about a positive political role model, and today we'll continue in a similar vein. Today, our author discusses in Korean what turns an ordinary person into an extraordinary leader. He'll explain what made a Korean general an outstanding commander and describe what separated him from the rest of the pack. Specifically, he'll analyze his accomplishments in Korean and link each one to a particular characteristic he believes is essential to leadership. In short, our Korean author is offering you a blueprint for becoming a successful leader! Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Audio Blog lesson will describe the brilliant strategy and noble beliefs of a Korean military hero. Our Korean author will explain the reasons why he admires this Korean general and then tell you how he plans to apply what he has learned from the Korean general to teaching you in these Korean lessons. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com where you will find Korean Lesson notes (remember—this lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) as well as many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
Advanced Audio Blog S5 #12 - The Royal Physician of the Joseon Era - Heo Jun
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You're taking a walk with a student in Korea, and he asks you in Korean, "How do you become great at something?" You respond in Korean, "Well, the first thing you have to do is work very hard. But you also need to surround yourself with greatness." The student asks you in Korean, "What do you mean?" You reply in Korean, "To be great, you need great role models. So figure out what you want to be great at, and then find people who are great at doing that thing and learn from them. Follow in their footsteps." Your student inquires in Korean, "Really? That's the best advice you have?" You tell the student in Korean, "Yes, because it works. Have you heard about the doctor Heo Jun?" When the student says no, you reply in Korean, "Well, let me tell you about his story, which will illustrate my advice." Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Audio Blog lesson will cover the life and contributions of Heo Jun, a royal doctor with a stellar reputation in Korea. In this Korean lesson, we'll tell you about his accomplishments, explain why his fame was well deserved, and end with how our Korean author strives to be like him. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com where you will find Korean Lesson notes (remember-this lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) as well as many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!