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.
Catch The Wave is a radio show that airs on Arirang Radio every day at 6PM KST, featuring many guests including Hyunwoo. On Fridays, Hyunwoo joins Adrien Lee, the host of the show, for the second half of the show at 7PM to introduce a useful Korean survival phrases, introduce a Korean song through its lyrics, play an audio clip sent in by a listener (which can be you!) and also answer some questions in real time. You can listen to the live shows as well as the recorded shows at http://arirangradio.com/catchthewave or watch recorded videos a couple week after each episode has been aired. This video is the recording of the show that aired on January 16, 2015. Enjoy!
Describe This Picture is a lesson series where you can learn new vocabulary words and expressions related to a photograph. Beginner-level learners can learn new words, and intermediate-level learners can pick up new ways to describe things!
안녕하세요! 새로운 ‘이야기’ 패키지가 나왔습니다. 이번에는 ‘술버릇’, ‘군대’, ‘비오는 날’, ‘목욕탕’ 그리고 ‘무서운 이야기’에 대해서 이야기하는 내용을 들으실 수 있습니다. Iyagi is one of the most popular series on our website, and with Iyagi, you can listen to a lot of natural-speed conversations between two Korean people. We have published over 140 Iyagi episodes so far, and we are currently working on more. Before, we tried and offered various forms of e-book, but over time, we’ve unified the format and we are now offering translation e-books again
Thank you for studying Korean with Talk To Me In Korean’s lessons! We have heard back from many people who already purchased some books in the TTMIK Beginner Package that they would like to study with the exclusive vocabulary e-book and audio track included in the package. So we decided to make the vocabulary e-book and audio track available separately, for those of you who want to review the vocabulary words and also make their Korean pronunciation more natural by listening to native speakers’ pronunciation.