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Learn To Read Korean In 15 Minutes

It doesn't take long to understand the basic idea of how to read Korean.

“Don’t” in Korean = ~지마 (~jima)• Don’t do it. = 하지마. • Don’t go. = 가지마 • Don’t cry. = 울지마. • Don’t look. = 보지마. • Don’t eat. = 먹지마. • Don’t laugh. = 웃지마. • Click here to learn more about this...

Now I know the "Jee-ma"s so when my siblings do something annoying I can say "hajima" and they'll stop because they're confused

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For today’s vocabulary, we’re just introducing some basic drinks that are easy to learn. You might need to know these when ordering something. Vocabulary: 물 (mul) = Water 주스 (ju-seu) = …

For today’s vocabulary, we’re just introducing some basic drinks that are easy to learn. You might need to know these when ordering something. Vocabulary: 물 (mul) & Water 주스 (ju-seu) & …

I Want to Talk To you, Can I Sit Here With You?, You Speak English Really Well

I Want to Talk To you, Can I Sit Here With You?, You Speak English Really Well

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Are you ready to use music to learn Korean? Whatever stage you are with your studies, it's fun to include music. Click through for your free toolkit. >>

5 Ways to Use Music to Learn Korean

Are you ready to use music to learn Korean? Whatever stage you are with your studies, it's fun to include music. Click through for your free toolkit.

한국어를 배워 봅시다.

It is derived from Hanja, where “이” means “ear” and “통” comes from “통증” which means “pain” “ache” or “agony”. If you have an earache, you can say.

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