Ahh, sleep. One of the most important things for us to do to be healthy and alert is a good night’s rest. It can be tough with the busy and hectic world we live in, but I hope everyone is getting good sleep! So how can we talk about sleep […]
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Today, we are teaching you laughter in Korean! Laughter is universal, and learning how to express laughter through text in Korean is very beneficial in understanding and bonding with your Korean friends. For starters, the most basic way you can express laughter is 하하. As you can see, this sounds […]
Here are some basic words for transportation in Korean. We may do a part 2 for these as there are a few more we want to cover. Words in this infographic: 자동차 (ja-dong-cha) = car (can also be shortened to just 차 at times) 버스 (beo-seu) = bus 트럭 (teu-reok) […]
Welcome to another post about color! Today, we’re going to be talking about the color blue in Korean. The above form 파란색 is the standard word for the color blue and you would use this if you were just referring to the color itself. 파란색 is the equivalent of saying […]
We’ve got a brand new video for you guys today! The autumn season is here, so we decided this would be the perfect time to do a video about vocabulary related to it. You can find the infographic and blog post here.
Learning Korean alone may be something you want or need to do for various reasons. Keep in mind that while studying alone is fine for things like vocabulary and grammar, the only way to get better at speaking the language is by practicing with native speakers through apps like Hello […]
Words in this infographic: 검색 (geom-saek) = Search 로그인 (lo-geu-in) = Login 로그아웃 (lo-geu-a-ut) = Logout 비밀번호 (bi-mil-beon-ho) = password 댓글 (daet-geul) = comment 이메일 (i-me-il) = e-mail 기본정보 (gi-bon-jeong-bo) = personal info 주소 (ju-so) = address 휴대폰번호 (hyu-dae-pon-beon-ho) = cell phone number