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“Hello” and “Hi” in Korean Posted by on Sep 19, 2018

Do you know how to greet someone in Korean? Learning how to say “hello” in Korean would be a great way to initiate conversation with Korean speakers. In this post, I will introduce you to three different ways to greet someone in Korean. Unlike 영어 (English), 한국어 (the Korean language) does not have separate 인사 (greetings) for 아침 (morning),…

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K-Pop, SHINee’s Countless Posted by on Sep 13, 2018

Have you listend to SHINee’s new release, “Countless” recently? If you enjoy listening to K-pop, you might find yourself bobbing your head and tapping your feet in time with this song. One of the global K-pop boy bands, SHINee’s new song, “Countless” has the groovy beat and a tropical house tune that will give great…

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North and South Koreas: Two Koreas’ Dialects Posted by on Sep 5, 2018

A South Korean delegation visited Pyongyang, North Korea, and the letter from South Korean President Moon was delivered to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The Korean officials did not provide much information regarding the meeting; it will be interesting to hear the details about the meeting on Thursday. Differences in the North and South Korean…

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2 Ways to Say, “Don’t…” in Korean Posted by on Aug 29, 2018

I often talk to a group of friends who lived in foreign countries and enjoy listening to their experiences of living abroad. Over the years, I learned that one of the survival phrases they learned quickly was “Don’t…” in different languages. I believe learning how to say, “Don’t…” in Korean will become useful when you…

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Korean Wedding Ducks: Symbol of Fidelity and Love Posted by on Aug 22, 2018

Last Saturday, one of my friends asked me about the significance of the Korean wedding ducks. While I shared the meaning and some of my fond stories relating to the wedding ducks with her, I thought you might be interested in learning the history and symbolism of Korean wedding ducks. Symbol of Fidelity Incorporating a…

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