[Ask Hyojin] Korean Money

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It’s always interesting to learn about different currencies that different countries have, and in this episode of “Ask Hyojin,” Hyojin and Keith introduce what Korean money looks like, in detail! Enjoy watching!!! ^__^

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[Ask Hyojin] Korean Money
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  • rigo

    very good video , you guys are funny

  • Jessica Lombardo

    hahaha! omg, the end was so funny! Hyojin, your face was priceless paha!

    • Yes, she does! It was my honor to film the scene. 🙂

  • What’s the best way to get used to saying very large numbers in Korean?

    Ones like 20,650,000 (이천육십오만) and 35,250,000 (삼천오백이십오만) take me a while to pronounce. I’d never buy something that expensive (I’m poor like Keith), but I do want to be able to say large numbers in Korean as well as I can say large numbers in English.

    • Well, there is no better way but practice a lot. I also don’t say that kinda large amount money often. 🙂

  • Carly Billings

    Dear Hyojin,

    What are typical homes in Korea like (are they very different from homes in other places)?

    What kind of furniture, colors, designs, or other features can be found in most Korean homes?


  • Norlida

    안녕하세요 선생님들,

    저는 질문 하나 있어요. “아깝다”하고 “아쉽다”는 어떻게 달라요?


  • Norlida

    안녕하세요 선생님들,

    저는 질문 하나 있어요. “아깝다”하고 “아쉽다”는 어떻게 달라요?


  • Marcus Low Junxiang

    Dear 효진 누나,
    how do you play the game “무궁화꽃이 피었습니다” ?? I have seen so many members of variety shows playing this game and I still do not understand properly how it is played. It does look very fun though!!

    -Marcus (류준상)

    P.S. It would be fun to see the TTMIK staff play it as well hahahaha

  • Draymon Ozram

    im happy listening to you guys …i want to learn hangul hope i can go to korea