Learn new Korean vocabulary words from everyday photos taken in Korea! You are now looking at a photo of some delicious-looking boiled eggs. You can listen to the free audio lesson below using the audio player embedded in this post, download the free mp3 file here, download the free PDF here, or view the PDF online right here.
Can you guess how Korean people would say “It depends on the situation.”? Teacher 경화(Kyung-hwa) is going to explain it in detail in this video. Enjoy!
In this video series, “How Do You Say This In Korean,” we choose one of your questions about how to say certain things in Korean and let you know not only how to say it, but also how the sentence is formed.
Learn everyday Korean idiomatic expressions with our new book ^^! In this video, we show you how 하늘이 노랗다 can be used, with a little bit of imagination that the idiomatic expression actually worked literally in real life.
Although it is not as uncommon as it once was, PDA (Public Display of Affection) in Korea is still not seen as much as it is other places in the world. PDA can also have a different meaning in Korea since hand-holding and linking arms with friends is seen more often than a couple holding hands or cuddling in public. Listen in as Hyojin, Kerri (expatkerri), and Stephanie chat about their experiences and thoughts on PDA in Korea.
In this Advanced Idiomatic Expressions lessons, we give you 12 phrases related to 시간 (time) that you can use when you want to say “I don’t have time”, “stop wasting time”, “do you have enough time?” and so on. The sentences in this series do not have word-by-word breakdown, but they do have an English translation. You can memorize these sentences and/or break them down on your own to review vocabulary and sentence structures. However you choose to study, make sure you come back and study with us every day! Have fun