Best Books to Learn Korean: Our Best 7

THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. PLEASE READ MY DISCLOSURE FOR MORE INFO. Ready to take your Korean studies to The next level? Whether you’re a beginner, or intermediate and higher looking to up your game, we’ve compiled the perfect … Continue reading

How to Say I Miss You in Korean

This is one of the most common phrases you will use and come across, especially if you are dating a Korean significant other. If you watch a lot of Korean dramas or listen to a lot of Korean songs, you … Continue reading

How to Say Cheers in Korean

Chances are if you come to Korea for work or travel (and are 18+ ㅋㅋ), you will be invited to go out and drink with your coworkers or friends. When you go out with your coworkers, it is called a … Continue reading

How to Say Lol in Korean (ㅋㅋㅋ)

Korean has many ways to express laughter, the most popular being ㅋㅋㅋ. You would also write these with internet slang and text messaging very frequently. Here is a breakdown of the most common and easiest ways to express the equivalent … Continue reading

How to Say Teacher in Korean

In Korea, it is not polite to address a teacher by their name. So for example in this west, we might call a teacher Ms. or Mrs. Johnson/Mr. Johnson, but in Korea, the teacher will literally just be called teacher … Continue reading

Korean Slang Guide

We did a post earlier on Korean slang. It is very short and I’ve always wanted to do something with a little more depth to all the Korean slang out there.This graphic shows the basic meanings of each word and … Continue reading

Making Words Cute or Casual in Korean

These ways of making Korean words casual or cute is very common and used by lots of people. You may have seen some of your Korean friends using these and been confused…well now you know! Try using some of these … Continue reading

Korean Slang/Korean Internet Slang (Double Consonants)

If you text a lot with Korean friends or play online games in Korea, these should help you out. Very convenient and easy to use/remember. Korean internet slang is easy to remember and learn. Whether you’re chatting or texting, you can … Continue reading