This is our 3rd interview in total, and the 2nd interview in English. The interview was done with James Cobb, who is currently living and working in Korea now. Listen in to hear about his experiences in and his thoughts on learning Korean. Thank you James for your time. 감사합니다!
In this episode of Talk To Me In Korean, we interviewed Emily Johnson, who is from the States and came to Korea for a visit for the first time. Emily speaks fluent Korean without having studied it in Korea before, so we asked her to share her story. The day of the interview happened to be her last day in Korea, so we want to give our special thanks to Emily for spending her precious time with us! Thank you Emily! Have a safe trip back home!
Happy New Year everyone! This lesson will introduce how to wish some a happy new year in Korean, while also introducing some sample expressions using the words that are used in this greeting. Please read the accompanied PDF file for more information about various expressions you can use on New Year’s Day or in your season’s greetings card.
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!
문태곤, our first guest in this series is an engineer who works in a company but when he finds some free time, he likes to draw on Post-It notes. He has been drawing on Post-It notes for years now, and he has published a book from his drawings and he also has a blog here (click). Listen to the podcast and find out what makes him special as well as ordinary. The following are some of his drawings.
For all the Japanese speakers out there, Yuichi from Japan translated the entire interview into Japanese. You can read it by clicking on this link. Thank you Yuichi!