[Ask Hyojin] Being a Vegetarian in Korea – Kerri’s Experience

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Vegetarianism (채식 주의) is a relatively new concept for a lot of people in Korea. Even though it is changing and more and more people have learned about vegetarianism, there are still many people who think that only Buddhist monks are vegetarians. Since there are a lot of Korean foods are meat-based, you might think it’d be difficult to survive in Korea as a vegetarian. But, here, we have Kerri (expatkerri) who will share her experience in Korea as a vegetarian and teach you some important phrases you should know as a vegetarian as well as giving you some tips to help you!  Enjoy the video! :)

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Photo Vocabulary – 바다

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Learn new Korean vocabulary words from everyday photos taken in Korea! For this week’s episode, you are looking at the sea in the photo. You can listen to the free audio lesson below using the audio player embedded in this post, download the free mp3 file here, download the free PDF here, or view the PDF online right here.

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How Do You Say “What is the filling inside mandu?” In Korean?

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How would you say “What is the filling inside mandu?” in Korean? Teacher 경화(Kyung-hwa) is going to explain it in detail in this video. Enjoy!

In this video series, “How Do You Say This In Korean,” we choose one of your questions about how to say certain things in Korean and let you know not only how to say it, but also how the sentence is formed.

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Catch the Wave / 잠귀가 밝다, 개미 허리

Every Friday at 6 PM (KST), you can listen to Hyunwoo and Adrien LIVE on the radio at ArirangRadio.com/CatchTheWave to learn new Korean expressions and listen to fun recordings sent in by listeners of both Catch The Wave and TalkToMeInKorean around the world.
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If Korean Idioms Were Real – Episode 03

Learn everyday Korean idiomatic expressions with our new book ^^! In this video, we show you how 바람 맞다 can be used, with a little bit of imagination that the idiomatic expression actually worked literally in real life.

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