Do you often get your food delivered when you feel lazy at home? In Korea, there are a lot of options you can choose from when you order food. In this Ask Hyojin episode, Hyunwoo, Terris and Hyojin talk about food delivery service in Korea. Enjoy the video and learn what kind of food you can order and how it works in Korea!
What kind of superstitions do you have in your country? In this episode of Ask Hyojin, Hyunwoo and Hyojin talk about some common superstitions that you can find in Korea. Most young people in Korea don’t really believe in any superstitions but there are still a lot of things that people wouldn’t feel very comfortable doing because of some superstitions or because of their parents who believe in those superstitions. Find out what they are in this video!
In this episode, Hyojin and Hyunwoo introduce animal similes in Korean to help you understand what it means when you hear someone say things such as, “that girl is like a fox,” “that man is like a wolf,” “he/she eats like a pig,” or “children are like chicks.”
How much tuition do university students pay in your country? As part of our “University Life in Korea” series, in this video we talk about tuition in Korea. Attending college seems to be much more expensive in the US than in Korea, but there are some interesting differences between the two countries. We only compared the US and Korea because Terris is from the US and he could give us first-hand information. We’d love to hear from our listeners in other countries! Please let us know what the cost is in your country by leaving us a comment.
In Korea, it is very common to see university students take a year or more off and do some other things, and then go back to school. Is it also common in your countries? In this episode of Ask Hyojin, 현우, Terris, and 효진 talk about how “taking a break from college” works in Korea.