Tag Archives: 한글
Feedback from Chulmoon on my attempt at making a Korean sentence. “Do you know verb conjugations in Korean?” That face. Kills me! Chulmoon always makes me laugh. He also threw in a discussion about adjectives: (밥을) 먹다 and (밥을) … Continue reading
What is it like chatting with a Korean? Let me tell you about today’s chat, to give you an idea. One language exchange mentor will contact me on Kakaotalk when he has some free time. He is giving me a … Continue reading
I am so very happy to see so many people showing their Hangul writing on Hangul Day. (sniff) I think I might break into tears. You are so brave and wonderful students! I am proud of all of you. To … Continue reading
Stumbled across 5 videos that a young Korean man made. So full of zesty youthful attitude. You won’t be bored watching “Hella Easy Korean”. Funny. Korean Greetings Goodbyes Animals Numbers Numbers/Age
A ramble about learning to pronounce Korean correctly.
Made a happy discovery today when I found the Korean Multimedia Dictionary. By the same folks who brought us the great Korean alphabet page. Enjoy!
A rambling post about dictionaries, Scrabble, and game theory as I learn Korean. A peek into my hobbies and friends.
I worked myself up to commit that I AM learning the Korean language about 6 weeks ago. I knew it would be self-study. So far, I haven’t actually come up with much of a plan. I’m brain-storming, gathering research, trying … Continue reading
Writing Challenge from The Daily Post Write a short story that is exactly 50 words long. In the airport, at last. Korea. 공항에서, 마침내, 드디어. 한국. 이럴수가. A journey that started with a Korean drama watched on Netflix. … Continue reading
I’m dancing and singing with the rest of the world to Pharrell Williams’ Happy song. #HAPPYDAY. Love this Seoul version of the video. If you haven’t visited the We Are Happy site yet, do it today!
Anna from Open Thread told me that she is traveling next to Cheongju, Korea. I was curious, so of course I went googling. I discovered Cheongju: A Foreigner’s Guide with some interesting resources. Why can’t I pay $50 for a … Continue reading
Quite honestly, I learned Hangul from GenkiKorean’s Hangul Rap. I would try to form my hands to the shape of the letters while singing along to the 40 second video. It matched the sound with my hands shaping the letter … Continue reading
Owl told us about FTIsland Hangul Live Korean Lessons. Five Treasure Island, is a South Korean band. “At first I said I can’t be a teacher, but the company told me that’s not what this is about. It’s problem solving in a … Continue reading