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This episode of Korean Vocab Power Up is brought to you by our partner company TheHallyu.com (http://tinyurl.com/bneotdt) and is about the Korean word 협찬 [hyeop-chan], which means "sponsorship", usually in a context related to broadcasting. When a TV show is filmed on a private property, the place might be "offered" to the team and that is 장소 협찬. When there are some costumes made available for the show, it's called 의상 협찬. Since entertainers on TV always need a lot of new clothes, they usually always have 의상 협찬 rather than buying and wearing their own clothes. 

Direct download: Korean_Vocab_Power_Up_1_-_Sponsorship_SD.mp4
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How do you say “How is this word pronounced?” in Korean?

= 이 단어는 어떻게 발음해요?

[i da-neo-neun eo-tteo-ke ba-reu-mae-yo?]

How do you say “I'm better than you.” in Korean?

= 내가 너보다 나아.

[nae-ga neo-bo-da na-a.]

How do you say “My mom is my best friend.” in Korean?

= 저희 엄마는 제 가장 친한 친구예요.

[jeo-hui eom-ma-neun je ga-jang chi-nan chin-gu-ye-yo.] 

How do you say “It's not 6 o'clock yet.”in Korean?

= 아직 여섯 시 안 됐어요.

[a-jik yeo-seot si an dwae-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “Do you mind if I speak in English?” in Korean?

= 영어로 말해도 될까요?

[yeong-eo-ro ma-rae-do doel-kka-yo?]

Direct download: 10_How_Do_You_Say_This_in_Korean__26_April_2013.mp3
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Korean Vocabulary with Pictures #16 (to dry, clothesline, clothespin, towel, fence) 

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Korean Vocabulary with Pictures #15 (apartment, child, bicycle, playground, slide) 

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How do you say “I will have my midnight snack before sleeping.” in Korean?
= 자기 전에 야식 먹을 거예요. [ja-gi jeo-ne ya-sik meo-geul geo-ye-yo.]
How do you say “I can't eat yet. My mum is angry because I didn't help her cooking.” in Korean?
= 아직 못 먹어요. 요리할 때 안 도와줘서 엄마가 화났어요.
[a-jik mot meo-geo-yo. yo-ri-hal ttae an do-wa-jwo-seo eom-ma-ga hwa-na-sseo-yo.]
How do you say “Honey! I'm home!” in Korean?
= 자기/자기야, 나 왔어! [ja-gi/ja-gi-ya, na wa-sseo!] 
How do you say “Do not hesitate and do [smth] it.”in Korean?
= 망설이지/주저하지 말고 하세요. [mang-seo-ri-ji/ju-jeo-ha-ji mal-go ha-se-yo.]
How do you say “When will you graduate?” in Korean?
= 졸업 언제 할 거예요? / 졸업 언제 해요?
[jo-reop eon-je gal geo-ye-yo?] / [jo-reop eon-je hae-yo?]
How do you say "to take away" (for food) in Korean?
= 포장하다 [po-jang-ha-da]
Direct download: 09_How_Do_You_Say_This_in_Korean__12_April_2013.mp3
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Have you wondered what the Korean version of "eeny, meeny, miny, moe"? In this episode of Ask Hyojin, Hyojin and Keith will explain how Koreans usually do it! 

Direct download: AskHyojin-EenyMeenyMinyMoe.mp4
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How do you say “Maybe.” in Korean?

= 아마 / 아마도

[a-ma] / [a-ma-do]

How do you say “I like you.” in Korean?

= 나(는) 너(를) 좋아해. / 나는 네가 좋아.

[na-(neun) neo-(reul) jo-a-hae.] / [na-neun ne-ga jo-a.]

How do you say “Good morning!” in Korean?

= 안녕하세요! / 안녕! / 좋은 아침!

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo!] / [an-nyeong!] / [jo-eun a-chim!]

How do you say "Take care." and "Have a nice trip!" in Korean?

= 안녕. [an-nyeong] / 잘 가. [jal ga.]

여행 잘 갔다 와. 

[yeo-haeng jal gat-da wa.]

How do you say “Where in Korea are you from?” in Korean?

= 서울 어디에서 왔어요?

[seo-ul eo-di-e-seo wa-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “You're the best.” in Korean?

= 네가 최고야.

[ne-ga choe-go-ya.]

Direct download: 08_How_Do_You_Say_This_in_Korean__5_April_2013.m4a
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Have you ever wondered how Korean parents pick names for their children? It's probably mostly similar to how it's done in other countries, but there are some specific practices that some people still follow. Find out what they are in this lesson! 

Direct download: How_do_Korean_parents_pick_names_for_their_children_-_Ask_Hyojin.mp4
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