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Archive for July, 2014

Korean Alphabet – Hangul Posted by on Jul 21, 2014

As I promised last week, I am helping you can study Korean consonants in this week through this blog and video below.  There are 19 consonants and it has 14 plain consonants and 5 glottalized consonants; please see below to memorize.  In the next week, you will learn how to combine the vowels and consonants to make Korean words…

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Korean Alphabet – Hangul Posted by on Jul 14, 2014

Korean alphabet is Hangul in Korean. Hangul consist of 40 letters. It has 19 consonants and 21 vowels. I believe that you can memorize 21 vowels in one to two days if you study hard. Do you want to try? I will post about vowels in this week and consonants next week for your information…

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Names of Body Parts in Korean Posted by on Jul 7, 2014

When I went a hospital with problem of my bladder, I was not sure how to call the bladder in English.  Good thing I had my dictionary at that time and I was okay to explain my problem.  I knew how to speak English at that time, but my knowledge of English vocabulary wars poor. …

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How To Do Summer Like a Korean Pt. 1 Posted by on Jul 1, 2014

Busan, South Korea’s second largest city situated on Korea’s southern coast, can make an argument for having one of the best city beach scenes in the world. It’s the size of Chicago with the laid back charm. It’s two beaches, at times visible from the same situation are opposites: one long and wide with the…

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