Have you ever gotten lost in Korea and had to ask someone for directions? Or have you ever been mistaken for someone who is from the area and got asked for directions? Either way, if you know some basic expressions with which you can give or ask for directions to a certain place, you can learn some more advanced expressions through this lesson!
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Learning different expressions and sentences derived from a keyword is a very effective way not only to understand the word in the context but also to improve your sentence building skills, like you practiced with this lessons. Check out My Weekly Korean Vocabulary e-books with which you can learn 7 new keywords every week with 20 accompanying sample sentences followed by vocabulary note for each keyword!
20% Movie – Asking for Directions in Korean
Asking for directions in a foreign language can be challenging. But at least you can learn how to do it in a fun way! This video lesson is kind of like a movie (maybe about 20%), but mainly it is for teaching you how to ask for directions (about 80%), hence it’s called 20% movie ^^ Enjoy!