Intermediate

Can You Eat Out Tonight? - Talking About Your Plans

Learn about an intentional sentence ending used with action verbs and the verb of existence

Try Full Lesson

Start Learning Korean in the next 30 Seconds with
a Free Lifetime Account

Or sign up with Facebook

Newest Lessons

Upper Intermediate S2 #25 - Taking a Test in Korea

Upper Intermediate Season 2
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! For you, failing a class at the Korean university is not an option. You have to keep up your grades in order to keep your scholarship. And whether or not you get an A in a course, you need to find a job over the summer to support yourself while you're in Korea. If you stayed in school all the time, your parents would label you as a professional Korean student! In this lesson, you'll learn about the Korean expressions that mean "whether A or B." Our Korean conversation takes place at a university between two friends. The speakers know each other well; therefore, they'll be speaking informal Korean. You'll also find out why many Korean university students opt not to come home over winter and summer break. 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!

Upper Intermediate S2 #24 - Korean Hospitals Always Scare Me!

Upper Intermediate Season 2
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You asked for your meat to be prepared a special way at the Korean restaurant, but you're not sure the waiter understood your Korean request. You are allergic to seafood, so you asked in Korean for the turf without the surf. What's arrived in front of you certainly seems to include both; nevertheless, you decide to dive in. You might have an allergy attack in a few minutes, but that's what your allergy medication is for, right? In this lesson, you'll learn about the expression 다가도, meaning "but then" or "nevertheless." Our Korean conversation takes place at a doctor's office in a Korean hospital between a doctor and a patient. The speakers do not know each other; therefore, they'll be speaking formal Korean. You will also find out about the Korean health-care system. 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!
Extended! Click here to get a BIG 28% OFF Premium or Premium PLUS!

Upper Intermediate S2 #23 - Tell Us Your Thoughts in Korean

Upper Intermediate Season 2
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! When you are done with work for the day, your boss pulls you aside and tells you in Korean that he is worried about you. When you ask why, he explains in Korean that he appreciates all the hard work you do, but you never seem to take a vacation. Shouldn't you take a few days off while you're in Korea? You should, but that would mean that you would have to find time to leave the office. Maybe he should stop giving you too much to do! In this lesson, you will learn about Korean expressions that use the word "thoughts." Our Korean conversation takes place in the workplace between an employee and his boss. The employee will use formal Korean, and his boss will use informal Korean. You'll also find out how Koreans use their time off. 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!

Upper Intermediate S2 #22 - Study Korean Like a Tiger!

Upper Intermediate Season 2
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You have heard your Korean friends say the adage "nothing ventured, nothing gained" more times than you can count. Maybe they're trying to send you a message in Korean, but you can't help it if you're risk averse. There's no need for you to take the risk of putting your head in a tiger's mouth if you can help it! In this lesson, you will learn about Korean idiomatic expressions that use the word "tigers." Our Korean conversation takes place over the phone between a girl who plans to study abroad soon and her father-in-law. The father-in-law will speak informal Korean, and his daughter-in-law will use formal Korean. We will also give you some insight into why Koreans may choose to study abroad. 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!

Upper Intermediate S2 #21 - Korean Rats Love Korean Drama!

Upper Intermediate Season 2
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!