감사합니다 is one of the most commonly used Korean expressions. It's also one of the very first things most people will learn when they study Korean. But 감사합니다 isn't the only way to say "thank you," and doesn't work in every situation. Find out more about this phrase, and more phrases including 고맙습니다 and 도움(이) 되다 (literally, "to become help") in this second episode of "A Glass with Billy."
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Korea has an amazing history. It really does, but most people don't learn much about it (besides learning about the Korean War in high school... and "Gangnam Style").
Learn about Korea's history from its first origins, its first kingdoms, and its history from the past up to the present day. Because this video is under 12 minutes long, and is meant to be a summary, some parts, people, and details have been intentionally left out. Please let me know if there are any parts you'd like to learn more about, and perhaps I can make another video in the future.
Is anyone else, among readers living in Korea, amazed at how the coverage of this is now essentially non-stop? If you turn on any of the cable news stations here now, it’s Park Geun Hye all day all the time.
Can’t ski? Won’t ski? Winter’s here and snowy getaways don’t mean that your family has to be bored at home with nothing to do while everyone’s out hitting the slopes. Many resorts offer multiple family-friendly activities that can be enjoyed during ski season. Get ready for endless hours of fun even without skiing! 1. Ride … Continue reading How to Enjoy a Family Ski Trip Without Skiing in South Korea
Do you think learning how to say ‘crazy’ in Korean would be useful to you? Some might think not, as it can be considered a rude remark to make. However, upon learning how to say ‘crazy’ in Korean you will also find yourself surprised with just how many times this word is used in Korean pop songs, suddenly making it an incredibly fruitful addition to your vocabulary. Are you ready to learn how to say ‘crazy’ in Korean?
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