안녕해가세요! So! I know I promised a TTMIK Podcast update AND Hangul Stroke Order, but something popped up that I absolutely had to share and that I adore greatly. On my other language blog, I have expressed my love for the following app: This is 대박 tool that honestly does a bit of repetition, yes, … Continue reading New Reference: Duolingo!~
안녕하세요! Aaaaaand we're back! Whew! How was the brain work from the previous review? Hopefully it was useful. I thought for fun that we could do more words that we have heard from our "Korean explorations." Before I get to more fun things that we need to reward ourselves, I just wanted to let y'all … Continue reading Let’s Talk About: Word We THOUGHT We Knew – Part 3
안녕하세요! Hello everyone! I am taking a moment to just talk about a few things that I will probably be doing with this blog and maybe where I will want to go with it or at least throw some ideas out there. First thing is going to be a little obvious: I am going to … Continue reading Coming Soon: An Updated/New Look!
안녕하세요! And welcome back to another session of "Words We Thought We Knew!" (More like words and phrases, right?) Now, I know these seem like stereotypical words to cover, but there is a reason. I want to show the spelling, work together on pronunciation, go over what the ACTUAL meanings are (some are ... more … Continue reading Let’s Talk About: Words We THOUGHT We Knew – Part 2
안녕하세요! I know that there are some things that we pick up from watching KDramas. We touched on some of it the last entry (with 언니, 오빠, 누나, etc) as titles that we call those we are close with and/or siblings. But I know that sometimes we hear other things attached to names that mean … Continue reading Let’s Talk About: Korean Suffixes (Name Endings “attachments”)
안녕하세요! Now, I don't know about y'all, but I watch KDramas. Well, I know there are a few phrases or words that I have learned from watching them that have just essentially become "Common" to hear. They are used in interviews and just discussion, etc. I know how people write them out in Romanization and … Continue reading Let’s Talk About: Words we THOUGHT we knew
Essentially a very basic and not in-depth story of who I am in relation to why I want to learn Korean.