안녕하세요. Today, we will be giving a lesson on the expression -(으)ㄴ/는 김에. This expression is used to form sentences such as “Since you are already going to do A, do B” or “While doing A, do B, too.” We know that all of our listeners will be able to learn a lot from this lesson, so grab a pen and paper, and let’s get to learning!
안녕하세요! In this lesson, we will be looking at how to say “I’m not sure if…” in Korean by using the structure -(으/느)ㄴ지 잘 모르겠어요. As with many other aspects of the Korean language, it’s important to remember that this structure is not going to be translated word for word, so make sure you check out the lesson to learn more about it!
Do you love tongue twisters? There are many tongue twisters in Korean, too! Tongue twister sentences don’t necessarily make much sense in themselves, but they are fun to practice saying and they can help you improve you Korean pronunciation! Seokjin is the host for our Korean Tongue Twister videos and here is the 5th video in the series!
Membership Training (M.T.) is a special part of Korean culture where schoolmates or employees of the same office get together for a weekend trip to a nice place that seems miles away from the city. It is here where they knock back a few drinks with each other, experience forced fun, total embarassment, and some really awkward bonding. Do you have something like M.T. in your country?