여러분, Talk To Me In Korean의 유튜브 채널을 구독해 주셔서 정말 감사합니다~! 벌써 구독자가 5만명이 넘었네요! 앞으로도 더 좋은 레슨 많이 만들겠습니다. 고맙습니다!
Every Friday at 6 PM (KST), you can listen to Hyunwoo and Adrien LIVE on the radio at ArirangRadio.com/CatchTheWave to learn new Korean expressions and listen to fun recordings sent in by listeners of both Catch The Wave and TalkToMeInKorean around the world. This week, however, Hyojin had to fill in for Hyunwoo since he was not feeling well. Hope you enjoy watching the videos!
Did you know that your blood type can tell you something about your personality? You might not belive this, but it is a very popular concept here in korea. In Korea, people believe that there are specific personality traits associated with a perosons blood type. In this Ask Hyojin Episode, Hyojin and Terris explain why Korean people like to ask other people about their blood types, and the qualities that are associated with each blood type based on this concept.
In the 12th episode of Korean Vocabulary with Pictures, you can see a 마을버스. It’s a smaller type of buses that run through smaller areas of the city. Practice saying the words out loud as Hyunwoo introduces them one by one.
In our 8th Korean vocabulary with Pictures video, Hyojin introduces five words that you can find in the picture below. Enjoy the video and learn how to say snow, winter, sign, motorcycle and grocery store in Korean!
If you have a Korean friend, you might have heard about a smartphone application, 카카오톡 or 카톡.
In this Ask Hyojin epsiode, Hyojin and Keith explain what “카톡해요?” means, and talk about 카카오톡 and how Korean people use the app.
Do you have any other questions that you’d like to ask Hyojin? Let us know in the comments!
In our 7th Korean vocabulary with Pictures video, Kyeong-hwa introduces five words that you can find in the picture below. Enjoy the video and learn how to say cloud, shoe lace, real estate agency, electric cable and elbow in Korean!
Did you know that you are at least one year older in Korea?
Korea has a different age counting system and according to the “Korean age,” you become one or two year older in Korea.
In this Ask Hyojin episode, Hyojin and our special guest, Keith, explain how it works and how to calculate your Korean age.
Learn how to correctly pronounce 설날!
설날 can refer to both the New Year’s Day in the Gregorian Calendar and the New Year’s Day in the lunar calendar. The recent trend is, however, that 설날 refers more often to the lunar new year’s day rather than January 1st in the Gregorian Calendar. The first day in the year in the Gregorian Calendar is often called 새해 첫날 [sae-hae cheot-nal] or just 1월 1일 [i-reol i-ril]. 설날, the lunar new year’s day, is one of the top two most important Korean traditional holidays. The exact date of 설날 in the Gregorian Calendar can change depending on the lunar calendar of the particular year, but it’s usually in February. The day before 설날, the 설날 day itself and the following day are a 3-day official holiday period.
In our 6th Korean Vocabulary with Pictures video, Hyojin introduces five words that you can find in the picture below, where a man is making some vegetable pancakes. Enjoy the video and learn how to say vegetable pancake, window, ear, plastic bag and apron in Korean!