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Archive for March, 2015

Beaches, Buddhas, and BBQ in Busan Posted by on Mar 30, 2015

It may live in the shadow of the capital of Seoul, but Korea’s second city has a lot to offer. Hit the beach, hike to ancient temples, munch on fresh seafood, and enjoy some arcade games in Busan.

Learn Korean “Verb+는 것”- Nominalization #2 Posted by on Mar 30, 2015

Today I am going to talk about the second way to switch from verb to noun. As I said last week, you have to know the way of change from verb to noun because Korean uses verb as a noun a lot. When they change from verb to noun, they remove 다 and then add 는…

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Learn Korean “Verb+기”- Nominalization #1 Posted by on Mar 23, 2015

There are three ways to do nominalization. Today you will learn one of them. Korean uses verb as a noun a lot, so you need to know how to change from verb to noun in Korean. When they change from verb to noun, they add 기 to make noun; it is one of the ways…

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More Than Korea’s 2nd City – Busan Posted by on Mar 20, 2015

After a few days of exploring all that Seoul has to offer – the palaces, museums, parks, and nightlife – we headed to the other side of the country to Busan (부산). With over 3.5 million people, this is the second biggest city in South Korea. Famous for its beaches, hot springs, and international film…

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Korean Craft Beers Allowed to Play Fair with Hite, OB? Posted by on Mar 17, 2015

From Seoul to Busan, beer drinking in South Korea was always a steady pour from the usual suspects.  Hite. Cass. OB Blue (Oriental Brewery).  But starting next week, microbreweries will be allowed by law to sell their beers off-site from brewing locations, and will have their taxes lowered by nearly 15 percent.  However, the road…

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