October 9th is 한글날 (Hangeul Day), the day that Hangeul was proclaimed and announced to the public in 1446 by King Sejong. To celebrate Hangeul Day, we decided to do something different from usual this year, and go out to the streets and interview some citizens of Seoul. The question we posed to them was “What would it be like to have to read Korean sentences without using Hangeul. Take a look at the video above. Hope you enjoy watching it!
Happy Chuseok to everybody! ^^ During the Chuseok holidays, we will be away from the office, but you will be able to still see some updates on our website. If you sign up for a new membership at http://HaruKorean.com on September 18th, 19th or 20th, we’ll present you with 15 free journal entry credits (worth $30) so you can practice writing diary entries in Korean and get corrections from native speakers. ^_^
What was your favorite childhood game? In this Audio Blog lesson, Seokjin shares a story from his childhood and talks about hoop rolling. Learn new expressions, vocabulary and grammar points as well as enhance your listening and comprehension skills while, of course, enjoying the story
In this Audio Blog, listen as Hyunwoo tells you the story about a very unique and interesting umbrella display he came across while at a shopping mall. In addition to helping you polish up your listening skills, Hyunwoo will introduce you to some new vocabulary words and expressions.
Join us for the live chat & live correction session on June 27th, 2013 at 2 PM KST! (It might be the Wednesday, June 26th for some of our listeners. Click on the video player above so see exactly how many days and hours are left.) We are going to read sentences submitted by our listeners and show how to make them sound more natural through this live correction session.
Thank you everybody for watching us live during the HaruKorean Live Correction session! : ) Here’s the recorded video from it, in case you missed the live chat. We looked at about 10 or more Korean phrases together and helped make them sound better and more natural. We were to happy to see that a lot of people enjoyed the live chat, so we’ll definitely do this again. In the meantime, if you want to try using HaruKorean for free, be sure to check out the free trial at http://HaruKorean.com! 감사합니다 ^^!
Join us for the live chat & live correction session on June 18th, 2013 at 10 AM KST! (It might be the Monday, June 17th for many of our listeners. Click on the video player above so see exactly how many days and hours are left.) We are going to read sentences submitted by our listeners and show how to make them sound more natural through this live correction session.
Finally! The new and improved HaruKorean is live and ready for you. We’ve worked for many months to redesign and reform our 1:1 correction service, to make it more interactive, more structured, and more fun to use! Please check out our intro video about it below, and read along to learn more about it! ^^