October 9th is 한글날 (Hangeul Day), the day that Hangeul was proclaimed and announced to the public in 1446 by King Sejong. To celebrate Hangeul Day, we decided to do something different from usual this year, and go out to the streets and interview some citizens of Seoul. The question we posed to them was “What would it be like to have to read Korean sentences without using Hangeul. Take a look at the video above. Hope you enjoy watching it!
If you are a fan of Korean comic books or TV shows, you might have seen various sound effects appearing on the screen or pages. In this episode of Ask Hyojin, Terris and Ben joined Hyojin to explain some common sound effects in Korean. Enjoy the video and see how many of them you already know!
Welcome to the 21st 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.
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) .
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.