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Surviving Monsoon Season In Korea Posted by on Jun 28, 2016

Photo courtesy of www.adventuresofagoodman.com.

Koreans will proudly tell you of their four seasons, no matter how much you plead with them that there is, say, the same thing in Michigan or most places in the Northern Hemisphere. But what is left out is one essential, annoying part of those four seasons: Monsoon season (장마). If you’re heading to the beaches of…

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How to say “How” in Korean? Posted by on Jun 22, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “How” in Korean. How is 어떻게/ eo ddeo ggae. It is usually located beginning of sentences. Please read examples below to learn how you can use it. 1. How? 어떻게요?/eo ddeo gae yo  (Without 요, it is informal way to speak such as speaking to your friend) 2. How did…

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How to say “Why” in Korean? Posted by on Jun 15, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “Why” in Korean, it is very simple and useful. Why is 왜/wae in Korean, it is usually positioned in front of the sentences. Please read examples below to learn how you can use it. 1. Why?  왜요?/wae yo  (Without 요, it is informal way to speak such…

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Conan’s Korean Seafood Market Experience Was an Authentic One Posted by on Jun 11, 2016

Jagalchi Fish Market in Busan, South Korea. (Photo courtesy of http://voldenuit32.tumblr.com).

Korean seafood markets are filled with the sort of edible fish that you wouldn’t see in, say, fish markets in Seattle or Normandy. It’s intense and, like in most languages, the names of fish only enhance language barriers and push translators to the brink. Some are familiar, though, but still not in our culinary past:…

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How to say “Don’t” in Korean? Posted by on Jun 8, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “Don’t” in Korean. There are a few ways to say it in Korean. Let’s learn all of them today. The grammar point is “V.S. + 지 말다.” There are three ways to say. 1. Polite: 지 마세요/ji ma sae yo 2. Please don’t: 지 말아 주세요/ ji mal a…

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