About Seoraksan National Park Blessed with spectacular scenery of dramatic peaks, deep valleys, jagged ridges, Seoraksan National Park, also referred to as Mount Seorak, offers stunning landscapes all year round and gorgeous trails, making it an ideal destination for hikers and nature lovers.Located in the Gangwon Province in South Korea, you can reach Seoraksan National … Continue reading An Ultimate Guide to Seoraksan National Park
When introducing yourself or when making small talk, often the topic of ‘family’ comes up. Learn how to say family in Korean, and you will be able to talk about an extra topic when you meet somebody for the first time.
*Can’t read Korean yet? Click here to learn for free in about 60 minutes!
I read every Korean blog Google populated in the first few pages and happened upon the concept of “riding the white horse in Korea”. What this meant was that there were certain locals in Korea who preferred socializing with foreigners, but only as a novelty. In less politically correct terms, this typically referred to a Korean man wanting to have sex with an All-American-looking woman. There are many Koreans (male and female) who do not subscribe to the homogeneous ideologies of this small nation.
What's wrong with sleeping in now and then? I mean, who said 14 hours of sleep every night is too much? Nobody said that. But Keykat doesn't like it. I think she wants me to wake up earlier. She's always the early bird. How unfair.
This episode will take a look at more uses for the word 것 ("thing"), when used together with verbs. It is a continuation of the last episode in this series (Ep. 91).
Remember that there are free extended PDFs available for every "Learn Korean" episode, and each contains additional information or examples not covered in the video.
The concentration of fine dust particles in South Korea’s air is the worst since 2015, the ROK has test fired a new long range ballistic missile, a Busan-based expat has been thrust into the spotlight after alleging discrimination by South Korean police, & an iconic Hollywood symbol
Early April every year, the Simni Cherry Blossom Road, the 4 km road that connects Ssanggyesa Temple and Hwagaejangteo Market, is filled with 1,200 cherry blossom trees in full bloom. To capture this scenic view, people from all over Korea take a trip to this small village in Hadong, Gyeongsangnamdo Province and have an unforgettable moment with their beloved people.