No one likes to lose things, but it happens. When you have lost something that you were carrying, you can say 잃어 버렸어요, or in a more formal expression, 분실했어요. So in this episode of Iyagi, 경화 and 석진 are talking about their experiences about 분실.
If you’ve ever lived abroad, you must have experienced at least some culture shock resulting from two cultures being very different. Terris is now studying abroad in Korea and he has certainly had his own experiences of culture shock. So this time, instead of answering questions, Hyojin decided to ask Terris some questions about his experiences.
If you have any questions that you’d like Hyojin to answer in the next episode, leave them in the comment below!
Welcome to the 11th episode of “How Do You Say This in Korean?”! In this series, teacher 경화 (Kyung-hwa) will be joined by a co-host of her choice each week to answer some listener questions. The questions we will be answering in this series are mainly about how to say certain things in Korean.
If you are living in Seoul or going to visit Seoul for more than a couple of weeks, and want to take Korean lessons in a classroom environment, we have partnered with 르몽드 어학원(Le Monde Language Institute) to provide Korean classes for those of you who want to learn with a teacher in a classroom.
Do you like instant foods, such as instant noodles? Kyeong-eun does, but she’s trying to cut down on them to become healthier. Listen to her Korean audio blog about instant foods and improve your vocabulary and listening!
See the transcript, translation and image below.