When it comes to blending into an exciting new place, learning the national language goes a long way. Languages can be so specific to a region that there are even individual words and phrases you can learn to make you feel like a local in no time!
Part of the fun in learning how to speak Korean or another language is learning how to make yourself sound like the new people you are surrounded by. This is helpful when trying to make new friends and learn about an intriguing new culture.
However, anybody who has gone through the language learning process knows that even when you become a fluent speaker of your new language, you have a unique accent that is a fun reminder of where you’re from and can help distinguish you from native speakers. This is always the case, right?