HaruKorean now has a new series, “Korean Idiomatic Expressions”. In this series, you can learn idiomatic expressions that are commonly used in everyday Korean conversations. Many of them are understandable just by breaking down the sentence and looking at the meaning of each word in the phrase, but many are not easy to guess the meaning. You can find lessons explaining the background or origin of idiomatic expressions in this series at HaruKorean.com! And of course, you can also get corrections on your practice sentences from native speakers.
Watch more lessons in this series below:
“낮말은 새가 듣고 밤말은 쥐가 듣는다” (= Walls have ears.)
“하늘과 땅 차이” (= A world of difference)