Thu, 27 June 2013
Do you believe in horoscopes? Whether you really believe in them or not, they can be sometimes fun to read. In Korea, what's more popular than the horoscope is the Chinese zodiac signs. In this episode of "Ask Hyojin", Hyojin and Keith explain to you how the Chinese zodiac signs work.
Mon, 24 June 2013
University life varies from country to country. We do not know much about college life in other countries, but we can at least tell you what life can be like for a university student in Korea. Hyojin couldn't do this by herself, so she invited Hyunwoo and Terris to join her and share their experiences as well. This video is longer than usual, so sit back, relax, enjoy watching it, and let us know about the differences you found between college in Korea and in your country.
Sun, 16 June 2013
How do you say “Let me know.” in Korean?
= (polite) 알려 주세요. [al-lyeo ju-se-yo.] / (casual) 알려 줘. [al-lyeo jwo.]
How do you say “Never mind.” in Korean?
= 아니에요. / 아무것도 아니에요.
[a-ni-e-yo.] / [a-mu-geot-do a-ni-e-yo.]
How do you say “He is out of town.” and "He is not in the office." in Korean?
= 지금 (__any city name__)에 안 계세요. [ji-geum (__any city name__)e an gye-se-yo.]
지금 사무실에 안 계세요. [ji-geum sa-mu-si-re an gye-se-yo.]
How do you say “My job is my first priority.” in Korean?
= 일이 최우선이에요. / 저는 일을 최우선으로 생각해요.
[i-ri choe-u-seo-ni-e-yo.] / [jeo-neun i-reul choe-u-seo-neu-ro saeng-ga-kae-yo.]
How do you say “Just because!!!” in Korean?
= 그냥!!! [geu-nyang!!!]
Direct download: 14_How_Do_You_Say_This_in_Korean__16_June_2013.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 10:46am JST
Thu, 13 June 2013
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!
Mon, 3 June 2013
How do you say “How is the weather in Seoul?” in Korean?
= 서울 날씨 어때요? [seo-ul nal-ssi eo-ttae-yo?]
How do you say "What would you recommend on the menu?" or "What are the popular dishes at your restaurant?" in Korean?
= 뭐가 제일 인기 많아요? / 뭐가 제일 잘 나가요?
[mwo-ga je-il in-kki ma-na-yo?] / [mwo-ga je-il jal na-ga-yo?]
How do you say "Is this sentence grammatically correct?" in Korean?
= 이 문장(이) 문법에/문법적으로 맞아요? [i mun-jang-(i) mun-bbeo-be/mun-bbeop-jeo-geu-ro ma-ja-yo?]
How do you say “bathroom” in Korean?
= 화장실 [hwa-jang-sil]
How do you say “Stop laughing. It's not funny.” in Korean?
= 그만 웃어. / 웃지 마. [geu-man u-seo.] / [ut-ji ma.]
재미 없어. / 안 웃겨. [jae-mi eop-sseo.] / [an ut-gyeo.]
Direct download: 13_How_Do_You_Say_This_in_Korean__June_3rd_2013.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 11:34pm JST