Korean Dialect Lessons with Seokjin – Lesson #2

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 the first lesson, learn how to say “she” or he” in the 경상도 사투리 (Gyeongsang Province dialect) when you refer to someone who is not older than you.

For more lessons on Korean dialects, please visit please visit http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/shows/dialects/

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.

 


  • Tyron

    Seokjin is so funny >.<

  • Tram

    Hello! Next time do you think it would be nice to follow-up with a gyeongsang dialect version of “you”? For casual and not-towards-older-people usage?

    Anyhow, thanks for this post!! =)

  • takwa

    i can’t stop smiling you guys are so funny 🙂 thanks for the video

  • LexRomah

    Guys, thank you! Actually, this is really cool that you do such a great job explaining to us this dialect stuff, but… 1 word per week? Seriously? 4 words per month? I learn 50 unknown words per week (I don’t think it’s many words I can learn in a week). I’m not telling you explain 50 words per video. Of course not. But 4 or 5 words would be much better. The job you are trying to do is to teach us, not entertain. So, teach us! One word per week – it’s just rediculous. Anyway, thanks for this! In two weeks I learned a lot of 사투리: 2 of them 😀

  • Solarlearner

    Hi guys:

    Thank you very much for teaching us, but I agree with @LexRomah. One word per week is…too little. Because, there are vocabularly lists for Saturi. I think, it would be more interesting if you taught perhaps, 5 words each video, and used those words in sentences naturally, or something like that. Or expressions…or something like that, but just, 1 work a video is too little.

    Anyways…thank you so much always…for your hard work and commitment. Love all your videos!

  • Jackeline

    i love it so funny! thanks for all your hardwork making excellent material so we can study in a very dynamic way; but I can’t help but wonder if like Hyojin a lot of Koreans might not understand if a person speaks in a dialect?

  • Titi

    Great lesson! 🙂 But I thought I’m okay with pronouncing ” ㅒ ” but now, I think I’m not!! The way Hyojin 씨 pronounced it, it really sounds like ” ㅐ “!! How can I identify them?! ( They really sound similar :-S )

  • Lee

    그 아이(애) = 걔 – >그 아 = 가
    저 아이(애) = 쟤 – >저 아 = 자