Do you know how to say “life” in Korean? There are sooooooo many ways to say “life” in Korean, such as 삶, 인생, 생명, 목숨, 생활, etc. One of our listeners asked teacher Kyung-hwa about the differences between those words, but don’t be alarmed! It’s not as complicated as you think. Together, let’s figure out which word is best to use in various situations! =)
You probably will not be able to find how to say “friend request” in the English-Korean dictionary as well as other Facebook related phrases. 😉 In this video, teacher Kyung-hwa explains not only how they are written on the Facebook page, but also how Korean people usually say it in everyday situations. Enjoy!
파 (green onion) is a very common ingredient in Korean dishes. Many types of soups have slices of green onions in them and small slices of green onions can be added to various types of fries to add some more spiciness. But what if you don’t want any green onions in your food? Learn how to say that in natural Korean with 경화 선생님 through this video.
After you work out in a gym or working for many hours in an office to meet a deadline, or playing with your cute nephews and nieces for many hours, you might feel your muscles aching. How would you say “My muscles are sore.” in Korean? Learn how to say that in natural Korean with 경화 선생님 through this video.