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Learning Korean is Easy when You Have this Starter Pack

Learning the Korean language can seem like a big task at first, but the way you learn can make it a simple and fun experience.

Whether you want to understand basic words in K-pop or K-dramas, impress your Korean friends, or simply learn more about Korean culture, the Korean Language Starter Pack will help you quickly learn and remember the most commonly used Korean words and phrases today.

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• Infographic Compilation – More than 160 Korean infographics that help you quickly learn common words and phrases.

• Review Flashcards – Easily learn and review 600 must-know Korean words with printable front and back flashcards.

• Cheat Sheets – 17 printable Korean word lists that ensure you always have access to the most commonly used Korean words.

• Weekly Vocabulary Guide – Kickstart your Korean vocabulary with 16 value-packed lessons that you can conveniently complete at your own pace.

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5 thoughts on “Korea Subway Seating Guide

  1. Rob Oakley says:

    lol… reading this while stuck in the red zoneㅋㅋㅋ

  2. Veni says:

    I once made the fatal mistake of seating in the area reserved for pregnant women, hurt and old passengers. People around didn’t say anything but some ajuhmma did give me a very nasty look… Since then, I never did it again. ^.^”””

  3. Anon says:

    Leaning zone beats third from the door any day of the week. The middle gives a headrest, and the second can give you first dibs on the corner at the next interchange (people are understanding), but the third is basically the “out of luck” zone. It’s incredibly socially awkward to move from it so you’re basically glued there for the entire journey.

    Actually, scratch all that: Leaning zone might well be the second best spot on the entire train. Depends whether you’re on a Korail carriage with the big white divider or the metal cage 5678 type. Also whether its winter and the bubble jackets are out in force.

  4. 나나 says:

    I wished I had read years ago… The first two weeks my friend and I always sat in the seats reserved for elders, pregnant women and injured people because we did not realize there was that explanatory sticker on the wall. It was so embarrassing when we finally realized we were not supposed to sit there…

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