Our teachers 경은 (Kyeong-eun) and 석진 (Seokjin) sat down for some hot cup ramyeon noodles in the office on a cold day. Listen in to their natural and unedited conversation in full length.
In this lesson, we talk about the word 당신. This word appears in a lot of song lyrics and drama lines to mean “you” but is it really appropriate to use the word “당신” whenever you want to say “you” in Korean? Let’s find out!
After listening, let us know if you have any questions about how to use the word 당신. Thanks for studying with us!
안녕하세요! In this 이야기 lesson, 현우 and 경은 talk about 지하철 (subway). In your home country, how often do you use the subway? In Seoul, a lot of people rely on the public transport system to commute or to travel, so subway trains transport literally millions of people everyday. What is it like in your country or city? Let us know through comments!
In this TalkToMeInKorean lesson, we look at how to use the verb ending -지요 in natural context. -지요 is often pronounced and written as -죠, and is very commonly used in everyday Korean. So be sure to listen carefully and practice with us by leaving us comments!
안녕하세요! Welcome to Korean Vocabulary Plus #12! Today we are looking at the word 쓰다 [sseu-da] (= to write), and some various sample expressions that uses the word, in various levels and structures.