One good way to learn new expressions and test your Korean is to check if you know how to say the opposite of a certain expression that you already know. In this test, you will have 10 questions to answer. Find the opposite of each of the given phrases. Are you ready?
Have you ever been in a talent show? What was your talent? In this Iyagi episode, 석진 and 경화 talk about talent shows. Listen in and find out what they performed at their school talent shows!
Giving a genuine compliment about or to someone is an important thing to know how to do in any language. In this lesson, we are looking at common expressions you can use when you want to pay someone a compliment in Korean. Whether you want to say “Wow, you’re really good at it” or “I wish I was as good at ______ as you”, this lesson has you covered! Enjoy, and as always, thanks for studying with us!
It seems that the hot summer temperatures of Korea have given way to the refreshing and cool breeze of fall. Morning and night, the crisp wind rustles the leaves on the trees, the sound of which feels like a distant memory. It’s amazing how nature goes its way no matter what we human beings think, complain about, or praise.
This week’s K-Pop group once sang a song called “Hot Summer,” which would have been a perfect choice a couple weeks ago, but this time, we’ve picked another one of the group’s sensational songs.
Have you figured out what group we’re talking about?
It’s f(x)! And the song for today is “Electric Shock.”
In this lesson, we will be talking more about the use of the word 몸 (body) in Korean idioms. If you study with this series, you will learn many idiomatic expressions that are based upon 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 grammatical structure of the sentence and check out any previous related TTMIK lessons so you can grasp the full meaning of these idioms.