Our word for today is 'God'. There are many ways to say this depending on the context and situation. For most Koreans, referring to God as simply a being that is
Welcome to today's word of the day! Today's word is 토끼 which means rabbit/bunny. You will rarely see rabbits in Korea unless you are out in the countryside or forest.
Today, we're going to teach you the different words and phrases expressing OK (as in 'I got', 'I understand', etc.) as well as okay (asking if someorone is well, expressing
It's been awhile since we've done a post on opposite words. Here is part 3. More in this series will be coming soon! Words in this infographic: 밀다 (mil-da) = to pull 당기다
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
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py1LQ8W-L-g&feature=youtu.be Infographic can be found here!
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
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