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  • How To Say ‘Color’ In Korean

    Everywhere we look, we see color. Every item of clothing we wear, all the food we eat, each and every piece of furniture in our homes, all of it comes in a color of some sort. It’s interesting, isn’t it? Since it’s also something we don’t always consciously consider.

    Our lesson today outlines how to say color in Korean. We will also introduce you to what some of the basic colors translate to in the Korean language. Although a seemingly never ending list of shades to each color exists, just knowing these basic colors in Korean is an impressive skill. Let’s get learning!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Kiss’ In Korean

    So, you’ve been on a few dates with your crush, and maybe even progressed to an official relationship status update already, and now you are eager to move to the next step. That is, you may want your bae – or prospective bae – to finally kiss you!

    But wait! Do you yet know how to say ‘kiss’ in Korean? No need to fear in case you don’t! Today is your lucky day, as that is what this lesson will cover! Time to pucker up, and let’s get learning!

     

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  • Korean FAQ – Guys Can Have 오빠s Too?

    Most people learn the words 오빠, 언니, 형, and 누나 during the low-beginner level, or even before they've begun properly learning Korean. They can be used to refer to your older siblings (older brother, older sister). However, whether you're a boy referring to your older brother or sister, or if you're a girl referring to your older brother or sister, you'll have to use a different word.

    But that doesn't mean that males can't also say 오빠 and 언니, or that females can't say 형 and 누나. Never heard of this before? Find out here.

    Your comments, feedback, and suggestions are always appreciated.


  • How to Become Fluent in Korean (with Sofie)

    Many people have learned Korean to a fluent level, but it's still rare. So I was thrilled when I found another person I could chat with - Sofie.

    Sofie became fluent in Korean at a rapid rate, through self-studying, in just a few years. So my goal of meeting with her was to ask, "How did you become fluent?" She shared with me some of the methods she used when she was studying, and how her learning methods may be different from what others are doing (or not doing) when studying Korean. I also shared some of my own experiences learning Korean, and we talked about what it means to be "fluent" in a language.

    Check out Sofie's language learning blog here: https://sofietokorea.com/


 

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