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Hey Listeners! Do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Let us know your answer in Korean!
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I've never heard of that haha but maybe I'll start doing it :smiling_imp:
Thank you for clarifying that (regarding clovers) with us.
As for the pinching, I think it is because people who are not wearing green get pinched on St. Patrick's Day, but maybe it is something that is not done in Ireland?
네, 저는 아일랜드 사람이니까, 당연히 성 패트릭 기념일을 축하합니다 ~ Yes, since I am Irish, I of course celebrate St Patrick's Day :smile:
I just came across this vocab list now, almost a month late :sob: oops. But there are two things I'd like to point out :smile: - it is a common misconception but four leaf clovers actually have nothing to do with St Patrick's Day, or Ireland whatsoever :smile: People get them confused with shamrocks, which actually have just three leaves, and are also basically the unofficial symbol of the country :smile: Also, what does pinching have to do with St Patrick's Day? :laughing:
It must be nice to have a double celebration! It is two consecutive days of fun, right?
As for your question, how about doing it the other way around? Why don't you write down the romanization only and see if you can write the Korean equivalent of it? :smile:
Hey, i celebrate Saint Patrick's (im not irish) just because the following day is my birthday #double celebration.:grin:
Is there a way to learn and read Korean without using romanization ? I feel that i am becoming dependant on romanization when reading korean :disappointed:
@ Brandy - That is a great way to motivate yourself! :thumbsup:
@ suhail - Thanks for your comment. We are glad you learned something new. :wink:
I don't celebrate it, and I didn't know it involves pinching ^^
I would love to be able to try to figure out the pronunciation of the word before seeing the romanization. I like a challenge.