TTMIK Level 9 Lesson 11 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 마음 (mind, heart)

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Let’s talk more about the use of the word 마음 (mind, heart) in Korean idioms. When you study with this series, you will learn many idiomatic expressions that are based on a certain Korean word that is used in everyday Korean conversation. In order to fully understand and use the expressions introduced in this series, it is essential that you understand the gr
ammatical structure of the sentence and check out any previous related TTMIK lessons so you can grasp the full meaning of these idioms.

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[Ask Hyojin] How to address strangers in Korean

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In our last Ask Hyojin video, we talked about how to address someone you know. (Watch the “How to Address Your Friends / Acquaintances in Korean” video)
In this video, we continue to talk about how to address or call people in Korean but this time we talk about how to address strangers.
Again, Hyunwoo joined to explain the topic with Hyojin.

If you haven’t watched the previous video or want to brush up before you learn new titles, please click HERE

After watching this video, you will now know how to sound more polite and natural when addressing not only your friends but also anyone on the street or in any other places!
Enjoy! ^^

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How Do You Say This in Korean? (8 November 2013)

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Welcome to the 23rd episode of “How Do You Say This in Korean?”! In this series, teacher 경화 (Kyung-hwa) is joined by a co-host of her choice twice a month to answer some listener questions. The questions we will be answering in this series are mainly about how to say certain things in Korean.

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Catch the Wave / 돈을 물 쓰듯 하다, 가슴에 못을 박다

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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How NOT To Say “This place is busy.” in Korean

When people say something unnaturally in Korea, often times, that’s because people try to translate what they would say in their languages directly to Korean.

For the same reason when many people translate, for example, “This place is busy,” or “This restaurant is busy.” from English to Korean, it results in a very unnatural Korean sentence. ”

In this video, Kyung-hwa and Hyojin tell you how NOT to say “This place is busy!” in Korean and, of course, explain how to say it properly as well.

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