안녕하세요! Welcome to another episode of Interview by TalkToMeInKorean.com. In this interview, Hyunwoo sat down with Steven Wilson from Canada to talk about his life and studying experiences in Korea. Steven is back in Canada as this is being posted, but he was here in Korea for almost a year studying at 서울시립대학교, and became very close friends with all the members of the team at TTMIK. Now listen in to find out what it was like for him to live in Korea as an exchange student for a year and how he studied Korean.
Welcome to another episode of Interview by TalkToMeInKorean.com. This time, 현우 sat down with Shanna from Singapore and talked about what she is busy doing in Seoul and how she is studying Korean. Shanna is currently staying in Korea on an exchange program and studying at Yonsei University for 45 days. Find out more by listening to the podcast!
안녕하세요 여러분. We are back with another interview. This time 현우 sat down to talk with 오스틴 (Austin), who lived in Korea for two years as an elementary school English teacher in Seoul. And this time, he visited Korea on a trip that is a part of the business course at Portland State MIM (visit the blog here). Listen in to hear about his experiences in Korea and also about the business degree program that Austin is taking. Thank you Austin once again!
안녕하세요! Hello everyone! We are back with another interview. This interview is 100% in Korean, but Koshiba Yuichi, as you might have guessed from the name, is not Korean, but Japanese. 경은 interviewed Yuichi and asked him some questions about his experiences in learning the Korean language. Yuichi speaks very fluent Korean, so we hope this Korean conversation between 경은 and Yuichi will be good listening practice for you, as well as a good opportunity how a Japanese person finds learning Korean. Every single word spoken in this interview is transcribed in the free PDF lesson note. 감사합니다!
This episode of TTMIK is a part of the series called “그들이 특별한 이유”, which means “The reason that they are special.” We believe that everybody is special in their own way, so in this series, we interview “ordinary people” and talk about why they are also “special.” This series was designed mainly for advanced level learners of the Korean language, therefore it is 100% in Korean. But even if you are not at advanced level yet, this series will provide you with great listening practice material. Every word used during the interview has been transcribed in the PDF for this lesson so be sure to download the PDF too. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave us a comment and we will do our best to answer them! Thank you!