Crossword Puzzle [Beginner Level]

Many people have told us that they enjoyed the crossword puzzles included in the Monthly K-Pop Words: January 2015 edition, so we’ve decided to make some more for everybody who is studying Korean on our website! We are not sure how regularly we will be making these yet, but it will depend on how much you guys enjoy these crossword puzzles. Try solving this puzzle and please let us know if you would like us to make more of these!

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Describe This Picture: Beach Volleyball

When was the last time you had some fun times at the beach? In this week’s Describe This Picture lesson, Hyunwoo Sun describes a photo of a beach in 5 Korean sentences. Learn some new Korean words and sentence structures by watching this video!

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News In Korean – March 20, 2015 (Sample)

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What do you think about parents letting their kids be run around and be loud in a restaurant or cafe? Acceptable because they are kids? Or unacceptable because they are infringing upon other customers’ rights? There are more and more businesses in Korea that do not allow kids to enter. We have a sample news article that you can listen to in today’s News In Korean post! You can get regular updates with translations at http://talktomeinkorean.com/newsinkorean

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How Do You Say “Can I make an appointment?” In Korean?

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Surprisingly, we haven’t covered how to say “to make an appointment” in Korean in How Do You Say This In Korean series before. Well, it’s about time! This week, Kyung-hwa explains how to say “to make an appointment” in Korean, when to use it, and even how you can sound polite or formal. For those who want to study more than what she explained in the video, she put some extra information in the description box on YouTube, so please check that out if you would like to know what it is! ;-)

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Coffee Culture in Korea – TTMIK Culture Ramblings

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One thing you will notice when you visit Korea is that there are coffee shops everywhere. According to a recent survey, Koreans consume coffee more frequently than rice. Where does this come from? Why are there so many coffee shops and why do Koreans always meet people at a cafe? In this episode of TTMIK Culture Ramblings, Stephanie and Hyunwoo talk about coffee culture in Korea.

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