Korean Dialect Lessons with Seokjin – Lesson #6

In this series, you can learn along side Terris as Seokjin teaches him some phrases in 경상도 사투리, the dialect spoken by people from the Gyeongsang Province area, which includes cities like 대구, 부산, 마산, 포항, 경주, etc.

In this lesson, learn how to say “very,” “much” or “a lot” in 경상도 사투리 (Gyeongsang Province dialect) .

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[Ask Hyojin] Going Back Home on Chuseok

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If you live away from your hometown, how often to you go back to visit? In Korea, people feel more obligated to visit their hometowns during the two major Korean holidays, 추석 [chuseok] and 설날 [seollal], than any other time of the year.

In this episode of Ask Hyojin, Hyunwoo and Hyojin share their experiences and talk about going back home during the Chuseok holiday in Korea.

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Catch The Wave / 기가 죽다, 눈빛만 봐도 알다

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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[Ask Hyojin] Explain 눈치!

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After watching the video, please let us know through comments whether you have 눈치 or not, and whether you are any one of these: 길치, 음치, 박치, and 몸치. For this episode of Ask Hyojin, Ben from London (@koreanscot20) joined Hyojin to explain what 눈치 and the other interesting terms mean!

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How NOT To Say “Thank you for the lessons” in Korean

Our awesome listeners, that’s you, always give us nice and kind words. “Thank you for the lessons.” from our listeners always helps us keep going. A lot of people have said this to us and some people did so even in Korean. While we really appreciate these kind words, we’ve noticed when they try to translate it into Korean, a lot of people make a similar mistake.

In this episode of “How NOT to say…” we’ll tell you how not to say “Thank you for the lessons.” and how to say “Thank you for…” correctly in Korean.

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