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.
When you travel to a foreign country, one of the first things you might do is eat! Food is one of the best ways to learn about a culture, even if you don’t know the language all that well. No matter where you go, there will be foods that are strange but super delicious, and some things that look great, but aren’t so tasty. Korea has so many different and interesting food choices that the learning experience is nearly never-ending no matter how long you have lived in Korea. Listen to Kerri (expatkerri), Hyojin, and Stephanie talk about some great and interesting food experiences they’ve had in Korea!
Have you ever gotten lost in Korea and had to ask someone for directions? Or have you ever been mistaken for someone who is from the area and got asked for directions? Either way, if you know some basic expressions with which you can give or ask for directions to a certain place, you can learn some more advanced expressions through this lesson! After listening to this lesson, be sure to practice by leaving comments or at our writing correction service, HaruKorean.com!
You can get our Hangeul Master book on our online store here (international shipping) and learn how to read and write in Hangeul, including handwriting!
If you are an absolute beginner just starting to learn the Korean language, or if you already know 한글 but you just can’t seem to understand what people write in handwriting, you will find this book very very useful!
Learn new Korean vocabulary words from everyday photos taken in Korea! Here, you can see a photo of a water met (수도 계량기). 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.