안녕하세요 여러분! Happy Chuseok holidays!! What is 추석(Chuseok)? It’s the Korean harvest festival and one of the two major traditional holidays in Korea along with 설날 (Lunar New Year’s Day). All of us on the TTMIK team are celebrating Chuseok with family and relatives, either in Seoul or in our respective hometowns.And to celebrate Chuseok with you all, we are having a discount on our online bookstore for 5 days, during the Chuseok holidays.
How many words do you know related to "shapes"? Circle, triangle, star shape, etc... Do you know the Korean words for them? Learn how to describe these basic shapes in the Korean language with 주연 선생님! You can also download a free e-book on our online bookstore that has more detailed explanations!
A drama review series was requested by many of our students, so here goes our first video reviewing a Korean drama! This time, three teachers from TTMIK sat down to talk about the drama "킬미힐미(Kill Me Heal Me)".
Our grammar textbooks are finally coming back, after a 2-year delay. Due to some external issues (which we can't talk about yet) that we've been trying our best to resolve for the past couple of years, we could not continue publishing our core grammar textbooks and had to only focus on our other books. But the long wait is finally over!
Prices are gradually going up in Seoul, but there are still many cheap lunch options if you want to save money while traveling in Seoul. We certainly didn't get to cover everything, but we hope this video gives you a general idea of how much you can expect to spend on an "relatively inexpensive" lunch.