Talk To Me In Korean
The key to learning Korean is staying motivated enough to learn the language. At TalkToMeInKorean.com, we provide you free lessons, fun video shows, and a store section that will keep you motivated and meet your Korean learning needs.
We sat down with our friend Colin Marshall who is an American essayist and broadcaster currently living in Korea. We asked him how he learned to speak fluent Korean and how he got to meet a lot of people and also generally what he does for a living. We filmed this video last summer so please note that many months have already passed from the time of this interview. 
 
Follow Colin’s activities here:

In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will introduce some idiomatic phrases including 바람, which by itself means wind. Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.

Direct download: Korean_Soft_Spoken_ASMR-_Korean_Idiomatic_Phrases_Using_28wind29.mp4
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덕업일치?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to talk about a job that’s related to what you love as a hobby or as a fan. Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used. Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Direct download: Korean_Buzzwords_-_28hint-_its_related_to_your_job29.mp4
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추천하다 means “to recommend” and 권하다 also means “to recommend”. But how are they different? 추천하다 is for recommending things in general, whereas 권하다 can be when you are offering something to eat or drink as well. Learn more about these two very useful verbs in this video lesson with Hyunwoo. 

Direct download: Korean_Q26A_-_vs._28Do_you_know_the_difference3F29_1.mp4
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This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 잠수를 타다 What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
All of our intermediate lessons:
Direct download: Intermediate_Korean_Lesson_-_2.mp4
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This week’s Korean challenge is about describing some everyday actions. These actions themselves are quite simple, but can be challenging for language learners to learn. Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!
Direct download: Can_you_describe_these_actions_in_Korean3F_-_Weekly_Korean_Challenge.mp4
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In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will introduce some onomatopoeia words and mimetic words in the Korean language. Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.

Direct download: Korean_Soft_Spoken_ASMR_-_2C_28onomatopoeias_and_mimetic_words29_1.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am JST

Watch all of our Buzzwords videos:
 
프사?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to talk about a kind of photo. Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used.Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Direct download: Korean_Buzzwords_-_What_is_3F.mp4
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할 수 있다 means “can do” and 할 줄 알다 also means “can do”, but you can think of 할 수 있다 more as “it is possible to do” or “there is a way to do” something, whereas 할 줄 알다 is closer to “to know how to do” something. Learn how to use the two expressions naturally in actual sentences through this video with Hyunwoo. 

Direct download: Korean_Q26A_-_vs._28Do_you_know_the_difference3F29.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am JST

Accompanying e-book for this video series: https://goo.gl/YBSi9s
(Get full transcripts + translations + more sample sentences)
 
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 뒷북 치다. What could this phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
All of our intermediate lessons:
Direct download: Intermediate_Korean_Lesson_-_3.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am JST