TTMIK Audio Blog – 석진 – 굴렁쇠 (Hoop Rolling)

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 🙂

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The audio blog is 5 minutes and 39 seconds long with an accompanying PDF. The 36-paged PDF contains a full transcription, English translation, vocabulary list, grammar points, and comprehension quizzes! (You can see a sample PDF here to check out how the PDF is formatted.)

If you have any questions about this series, or you’d like to suggest a topic for us to cover in future episodes of the TTMIK Audio Blog, please let us known by writing to us at talktomeinkorean@gmail.com! 감사합니다.

You can get the full audio blog and e-book here:


Thank you so much for studying with us!!! ^___^ 좋은 하루 보내세요~!

 

 

TTMIK Audio Blog – 석진 – 굴렁쇠 (Hoop Rolling)
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  • Julian Barnes

    Is Seokjin speaking in satoori in this?

    • No. I am speaking in standard Korean. 🙂

  • Richard

    Are you guys planning on doing a pronunciation series? If you have done one, and I don’t know about it, that’s typical of me 😛

    p.s. If you plan on doing one, you could call it “how to talk in Korean,” which is a rather personalised name (I’m kidding).

  • Hoop rolling was one of my most loved childhood games as well! This is one of my favorite audio blogs so far!

  • ivana

    great blog!

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