“눈코 뜰 새 없이 바빴어”: Have you ever been so busy that you didn’t have enough time to even blink your eyes? If so, then you were “눈코 뜰 새 없이 바빴어.” Here’s Hyojin to explain what this phrase means and how it is used! Enjoy~
What does your mom usually nag you about? In this Iyagi episode, 석진 and 경화 talk about 엄마의 잔소리. Listen in and find out what Korean moms typically nag their children about.
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Finally! We are very happy to share this news with you. We finally have our first TTMIK books in our hands now. Ever since we launched the website, TalkToMeInKorean.com, we have been working very hard everyday (sometimes even on weekends and holidays!) to continue creating useful and interesting learning material for Korean learners around the world.
Hello, everyone! In this Advanced Situational Expressions lesson, we are looking at various ways to say that you’re feeling good or happy about something. Whether you’re going on a vacation and want to say “I’m really excited!” or something went really well at work and you want to brag to all your co-workers about how good it is, you’ll learn how to say those things and more here!
Have you heard of this expression, “눈에 밟히다”? It literally means that something is “stepped upon” by eyes. And of course you know that you can’t take the meaning literally. Find out what 눈에 밟히다 means and what kind of situations it can be used in through this Ask Hyojin video.