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Archive for November, 2014

Seoul Video Tour Posted by on Nov 28, 2014

Take a tour of Korea’s capital city – Seoul – Grateful Gypsies style. Check out some of the sights, stroll through a few hip neighborhoods, sample some delicious Korean food, take in some street performers, and wind down with a night in a spa. 서울 Seoul 경복궁 Gyeongbok-gung 광화문광장 Gwanghwamun Plaza 남산골 한옥마을 Namsangol Hanok…

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Korean Food – Gimbap (Recipe) Posted by on Nov 24, 2014

Do you have special or common food for school or any picnic?  If you ask any Korean what they would bring for their picnic, most of them probably say that they have to make or buy Gimbap for their picnic.  Yes! Gimbap is special and common Korean’s picnic food.  Today we will learn how to…

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Five Days in South Korea Posted by on Nov 21, 2014

안녕하세요! Hello everyone! My name is Sasha, which I’ve been told is 사샤 in Korean. I’m from the USA (미국), but I currently live in China (중국). I’m an English teacher and blogger/videographer – you can usually find my work on the Chinese, Indonesian, and Thai Language & Culture blogs. I’ve never lived in Korea, and…

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Korean Counters Posted by on Nov 10, 2014

In the previous week, you learned Native-Korean number and how to use the number with Korean currency Won. Let’s learn more detail how to use the number with counters: 명/myung/is a counter for people. You should be noticed that number 1 to 4 and 20 have been changed to another form below. 1/하나/hana             한 명/han…

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Native-Korean Number Posted by on Nov 3, 2014

As I mentioned before there are two Korean numbers which are Sino-Korean number and Native-Korean number. There are only from 1 to 99 numbers in Native Korean number and it is used to count hours, age, people, and objects.  Let’s learn 1 to 10 first and 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, and 90…

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