Let’s Talk About: Pronunciation Tips

안녕하세요! So, I don't know about y'all but any sort of pronunciation tips are appreciated greatly by me. I want to sound as good as I can so now that we are much more comfortable with Hangul and what words are like, here are some tips to help us sound more natural, or at least … Continue reading Let’s Talk About: Pronunciation Tips

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YouTube: KoreanUnnie – Learn Korean Phrases (Yes, No, Thank you, You’re welcome, Excuse me)

안녕하세요! Okay everyone, I know you are probably tired of reading a lot of things - so let's do some listening! This is another YouTube channel that was recommended to me (by - of course - 영조) that I have found is completely useful and fun. Korean Unnie has a lot of fun things - different … Continue reading YouTube: KoreanUnnie – Learn Korean Phrases (Yes, No, Thank you, You’re welcome, Excuse me)

Level 1: KC101 “What Should We Watch?”

안녕하세요! Alright everyone! We are actually doing this. Along with TTMIK, we will also be going over what I learn in KoreanClass101 (Which I HIGHLY recommend signing up for!). Their set up is different than TalkToMeInKorean so I cannot link you directly to PDFs or the Podcasts. All the more reason to try to sign up! With that … Continue reading Level 1: KC101 “What Should We Watch?”

Level 1: TTMIK “This, That, It” Podcast #7

안녕하세요! Hello everyone! Now, I know y'all were missing my FAVORITE podcast so I had to make sure I did another coverage on one... though it may have been me missing it more than anyone else. ANYWAY, let's get to the fun stuff! https://soundcloud.com/talktomeinkorean/ttmik-level-1-lesson-7 (PDF can be found on their site here: TalkToMeInKorean.com Lesson 7) Interesting, … Continue reading Level 1: TTMIK “This, That, It” Podcast #7

YouTube: KC101 – How to Introduce Yourself in Korean

안녕하세요! Can you believe it? The productivity of this week! Now back to the actual point of this entry! We are officially starting our YouTube Entries because honestly as much fun as it is to read about how Korean "Sounds," what better way to actually figure it all out other than LISTENING to others speak? … Continue reading YouTube: KC101 – How to Introduce Yourself in Korean