I adore the Korean Champ. I have enjoyed his website, video lectures, and podcast. Now he is coming out with a new series aimed at the novice Korean learner. You get to see the sights in Korea and learn vocabulary along the way.
I especially could relate to his friend the “King of Nouns” who isn’t able to form sentences. I can relate. I’m at the “point & say noun” stage in my learning, with my verbs consisting of 이에요, 왔어요, 주세요, 있어요, 없어요, 가세요, 먹다, and 사랑해요.
광장: a public square
물 주세요: Please give me some water.
다리 건넜어요: I crossed the bridge
산책하다: to take a walk
쓰레기통: a trashcan
물놀이: playing in the water
쉬고 있어요: I’m relaxing
사진 봐요: I’m looking at the pictures
사진 찍다: to take a picture
하천, 개울, 도랑: brook, creek, stream
일석이조: Killing two birds with one stone
사물놀이: a kind of traditional Korean music performed with four percussion instruments