We all make mistakes from time to time. 실수를 안 하는 사람은 없죠? 그렇다면 실수로 무언가를 망가뜨렸거나 누군가에게 피해를 줬을 때, 일부러 그런 게 아니라는 말을 어떻게 하면 좋을까요? How do you explain to someone that you did not do something on purpose and it was a mistake or accident? Learn how to say that in Korean with 경화 선생님 through this video.
안녕하세요! 이번 주의 샘플 뉴스 기사입니다. Listen to and study with a sample News In Korean audio track about new restrictions on cigarette packaging in Korea. News In Korean is a monthly subscription service that delivers 6 short news articles each week, each of them recorded at three different speeds, complete with transcripts, translations and vocabulary lists. You can learn more about it at http://talktomeinkorean.com/newsinkorean. 한국어 뉴스를 들으면서 정보도 접하고, 새로운 표현들도 배워 보세요!
“How are you?” is probably one of the most frequently used greeting lines among English speakers. Although this is so commonly used, you can’t translate this quite literally into Korean. Then how would someone say the equivalent of “How are you?” in Korean? 경화 선생님 will explain it for you!
안녕하세요! Hello TTMIK friends and family! This is Hyunwoo from the TTMIK team. As you know, YOU ARE HERE Cafe, our joint coffee shop with EYK, has been up and running for a few months now, and we have come up with various ways to help you better learn the Korean language using the offline, physical location that we finally have. One of the activities we have been doing regularly is the self-study session. So far, unless there were special reasons not to, we have been hosting Korean self-study sessions at our cafe every Tuesday from 4PM to 6PM, every Thursday from 10AM to 12PM, and biweekly on Saturdays from 9AM to 12PM. (You can see the full schedule for upcoming sessions here: http://meetup.com/talktomeinkorean)
We love meeting with our listeners through the free self-study sessions, and we are going to continue hosting these as long as we can. But we also meet a lot of people (not just from Korea but coming from various parts of the world) at the cafe who would like to also learn languages other than Korean. So we are looking for volunteer self-study leaders who want to help other people study your native language.
Describe This Picture is a lesson series where you can learn new vocabulary words and expressions related to a photograph. Beginner-level learners can learn new words, and intermediate-level learners can pick up new ways to describe things!