Vegetarianism (채식 주의) is a relatively new concept for a lot of people in Korea. Even though it is changing and more and more people have learned about vegetarianism, there are still many people who think that only Buddhist monks are vegetarians. Since there are a lot of Korean foods are meat-based, you might think it’d be difficult to survive in Korea as a vegetarian. But, here, we have Kerri (expatkerri) who will share her experience in Korea as a vegetarian and teach you some important phrases you should know as a vegetarian as well as giving you some tips to help you! Enjoy the video! 🙂
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How Do You Say This in Korean? (17 May 2013)
In this episode of How Do You Say This in Korean?(Audio Lesson), we learn how to say “I don’t eat meat, fish and eggs. I am a vegetarian.” and many other sentences your fellow listeners were curious about! 🙂 How Do You Say This in Korean? (17 May 2013).