How many vegetable names do you know in Korean? 한국어의 채소 이름들 얼마나 많이 알고 계세요? Yesterday we posted a photo of various fruits that you can see in a typical Korean market place, and we mentioned that tomatoes are often considered to be fruits in Korea. In this video, we went to a farm that 경은's parents rented to grow some vegetables to introduce some vegetables names. Below are some common vegetable names including the ones that are introduced in the video clip!
안녕하세요! Happy Saturday! We hope you are having a great weekend : ) Here are some reviews from the participants for the Korean Immersion Tour done by Kyeong-eun this month. Korean Immersion Tour is an opportunity for you to have a more immersive experience of speaking in Korean while living in or visiting Seoul. You can find more upcoming sessions on our meet-up page.
안녕하세요! I’m Hyunwoo from Talk To Me In Korean. Thank you for studying Korean on our website and with our books and e-books! We really enjoy making Korean learning materials for you and seeing your Korean skills improve. Now, in addition to what we are offering to help you speak Korean better, here’s something we’d like to give a try: a one-day immersion tour where you meet up with one of the our team members and SPEAK ONLY KOREAN for many hours.
You can get our Hangeul Master book on our online store here (international shipping) and learn how to read and write in Hangeul, including handwriting!
If you are an absolute beginner just starting to learn the Korean language, or if you already know 한글 but you just can’t seem to understand what people write in handwriting, you will find this book very very useful!
Learn everyday Korean idiomatic expressions with our new book ^^! In this video, we show you how 가슴에 못을 박다 can be used, with a little bit of imagination that the idiomatic expression actually worked literally in real life.