Korean Dialect Lessons with Seokjin – Lesson #6

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) .

For more lessons on Korean dialects, please visit please visit http://tinyurl.com/ttmikdialect

It’s always important to speak naturally and correct in any language, and whether you want to speak in a 사투리 (dialect) or in 표준어 (standard Korean), you can make your Korean sound more natural by practicing every day with help from a native speaker. You can do just that by heading over to http://HaruKorean.com!
And as always, thank you for studying with us.

 


  • Lolita

    i’ve predicted this kkkkk. heard this word a lot in 응답하라 1997 (every int’l K-learners’ 1st encounter of Gyeongsang dialect, i bet :p). anyway, 억~수로 고맙다!^^

  • Lolita

    and OMG the spicy hot sauce at the end… that’s ABC brand ‘sambal’ (means sauce) from Indonesia, right? where did you guys get it? even I, as Indonesian, can’t stand it’s spiciness… i feel sorry for you, teacher seokjin.. ㅠㅠ anyway, cheers from indonesia 🙂

  • hiba

    Thank you very much for this video ..I liked it very much

    감사합니다 ^^

  • Jake

    So creative guys! And Terris, I love you man.

  • John

    Sometimes I wonder if Gyeongsang Province dialect is really a dialect or a language. 🙂

  • AJ

    What’s the name of the song used in this video?

  • Jewel

    How would you say this in 존댓말? I want to use this with my korean tutor.

  • Raymond

    Dear Terris and Seokjin,

    Thanks for the great lessons with a lot of laughs as well, I love the super-practical examples and explanations.

    I’ll be visiting Busan soon and will definitely keep my ears open for any of these dialect phrases and see where I can put them into practice.

    Also Seokjin great work on the tone heights which is really important for understanding what is the natural sound and also the emotions of the spoken words.

    And Terris, you’re doing a really good job at getting the pronounciation right so quickly!

    Kindest regards, and I’ll look forward to the next video.

    • Thanks for your kind comment. Haha, I hope you will catch the expressions we introduced when you are in Busan. I am sure you will do. 🙂

    • Thanks for your comment. I am sure that you will hear many expressions we introduced through this video lesson.

      Have a great time in Busan! Eat a lot!

      Next episode will be uploaded soon. 🙂

  • Dilan

    You guys explain the comments and how to say yet I have no idea what you’re saying. you should give the translation in English so we know what we’re learning to say when introducing those.