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“What Is Your Favorite Sport?” in Korean Posted by on Jun 20, 2018

What is your favorite sport to play or watch? Have you been watching the 21stFIFA World Cup that is happening in Russia now? If you have Korean friends or co-workers, you would quickly learn many Korean people enjoy watching sports and cheer on their teams together. This post is about how to ask someone’s preference…

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Korean Movie: Joint Security Area Posted by on Jun 13, 2018

Do you enjoy watching Korean movies? What is your favorite Korean movie? This post is about Joint Security Area, a Korean movie that reflects historical, political, and geographical situations of the Korean peninsula after the Korean War. This film could be refreshing to both those who toured around the DMZ and Panmunjeom and who have…

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Review: Location Nouns and Markers in Korean #3 Posted by on Jun 6, 2018

The last two posts were about location nouns and markers in Korean, and this post will give you an opportunity to review a list of location nouns and use of location/direction markers, “–에” and “–에서.” If you need to review a list of vocabulary words regarding places and these two markers, “[e] –에” and” [e-seo]–에서”…

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Location Nouns and Markers in Korean #2: -에 and -에서 Posted by on May 30, 2018

This is the series of Location Nouns and Markers in Korean. The last post was about a list of vocabulary words regarding places in Korean, and this post will introduce the use of these location/direction markers, “–에” and “–에서” in sentences. Before we talk about these two markers, “[e] –에 ” and” [e-seo] –에서 ”,  I hope…

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Location Nouns and Markers in Korean #1 Posted by on May 23, 2018

Recently, several of my friends addressed their confusion with Korean markers, “–에” and “–에서.” They wanted to know how to use them after location nouns in Korean. While English uses prepositions such as, “at, in, from, and to,” associating with a location, the Korean language uses  “-에” or “–에서,” to mark location/direction in a sentence.…

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